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    Lightbulb phrasal verbs

    I've been trying to learn about the phrasal verbs. In the beggining I thought that it was an easy matter, but now, I see it as a very extensive problem. There are lots of ways to learn them, but which are the most common phrasal verbs? How can I learn more? What about the separations, particles, etc?

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    Re: phrasal verbs

    Any dictionary for learners will tell you whether they are separable or not. In our list of them, you will also find that information: http://www.usingenglish.com/reference/phrasal-verbs/
    Learn the ones that are relevant to you and your language requirements- note the ones you come across in your reading, conversation, etc, and focus on them.

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