MAKING SENSE OF PHRASAL VERBS
SELF STUDY EDITION WITH ANSWERS
Making Sense of Phrasal Verbs Martin Shovel
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
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Introduction Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8 Unit 9 Unit 10 Unit 11 Unit 12 Unit 13 Unit 14 Unit 15 Unit 16Unit 17 Unit 18 Unit 19 Unit 20 find out, look for, look up, look over, look round, look into take after, grow up, look after, bring up, do up (1), look back put through, speak up, cut off, hold on, get through (1), stand for break down (1), break up (1), break off, make up (1), make up for, fall out drop in, run into, come into, run in, come across, get round (1) break out in, break down (2), godown, pass out, come round/come to, get over work out, point out, make out (1), think over, come up with, make up (2) hold up (1), see off, drop off (1), take off (1), pick up, set off call off, put off (1), be taken aback, be over, be off (1), give out try on, wear out (1), do up (2), take off (2), go with, put on give (oneself) up (1), try out, give up (2), catch on, give up (3), drop off (2) getround (2), go through, mistake for, be off (2), take in, give in look up to, cheer up, put (someone) off (2), look down on, look forward to, put up with soak up, break up (2), tell off, beat up, go for, calm down tear up, check in, make out (2), take up, fill in, take down take over, pass away/pass on/pass over, turn into, wear off, brush up, die out get away with, let down, get away, own up, letout, let off turn down, drop out, carry out, fall through, lay off, put forward go off, put out, blow up (1), cut down on, blow up (2), break out get through (2), hold up (2), run out of, break into, burn down, wear out (2)
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Making Sense of Phrasal Verbs presents a selection of the most useful and frequently used phrasal verbs in the Englishlanguage. It avoids the use of grammatical classifications because such classifications are often more complicated and difficult than the phrasal verbs they are used to teach. Instead, the aim is to increase the learner's confidence by presenting phrasal verbs in a lively and straightforward way using illustrations and questionprompts. Making Sense of Phrasal Verbs can be used for self-study, forpairwork, for conventional class or group teaching, and as a reference book. It is intended for intermediate students of English as a second or foreign language. Students studying for the First Certificate Examination will find the book especially useful. The book contains twenty units, each of which introduces and practises six separate phrasal verbs. At the back of the book there is a reference sectionin which the phrasal verbs are listed in alphabetical order. Illustrations and question-prompts Each phrasal verb is introduced using illustrations and question-prompts. The question-prompts are designed to focus the learner's attention and help him or her make an informed guess at the meaning of the phrasal verb. The guess is expected to take the form of a paraphrase or synonym. The learner is...
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