More on phrasal verbs here:
THE FCE BLOG by Claudia Ceraso: Phrasal Verbs
You will find links to dictionaries, listings and lots of examples in context!
The FCE Blog
THE FCE BLOG by Claudia Ceraso
One day. ;-)
You had better give us the money, or we'll start shooting the hostages.
You had better pay up, or you'll never see your daughter again.
- how i can to send that test?:roll:
Thank you so much
I have got one.
Let me know if you want me to upload it.
I like the list
but I hate phrasel verbs, can't learn them easily :(
thank u very much
How could i learn the phrasal verbs.Thanks
:-D Hi, congratulations, great job!!!!:up::up::up:
Nevertheless, I think we would find them much easier to learn if all the information regarding their usage were given in the entry for each of them, I mean, not just 'bottle up' but raher 'bottle (something/things) up' or 'give (sth) up' and so on when they belong to that group. The information conveyed by the presence or absence of brackets would be highly valuable. If that were included it would be perfect.