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    pharasal verbs

    Hello,

    -This
    means that you and a group of friends help someone out.
    -This means that you and a group of friends help out someone.
    -This means that you and a group of friends help out one.
    -This means that you and a group of friends help one out.

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    ust we put the pronoun in the middle of the pharasal verb or not?

    Thank
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    Re: pharasal verbs

    Can you please edit your post so that it appears correctly written?

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    Re: pharasal verbs

    I did. I think it is ok now.

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    Re: pharasal verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by ridvann
    Must we put the pronoun in the middle of the pharasal verb or not?
    Yes. It is one of those separable phrasal verbs that must be separated by a direct object.

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    Re: pharasal verbs

    This means that you and a group of friends help out someone.

    Is that incorrect?

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    #6

    Re: pharasal verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Calis View Post
    Yes. It is one of those separable phrasal verbs that must be separated by a direct object.
    Only if the direct object is a personal pronoun. You can help out someone or help someone out; you can help me out, but you can't help out me.

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