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    hi dear teacher,
    i am about to write my first chapter on Multi-word verbs. so i am kindly asking you to show me the way to draw a proper outline for my first chapter. that is what do suggest to start with and what are the required topics that i have to follow.
    regards,

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    Default Re: multi-word verbs

    Look here: Verbs and Verbals

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    Question Re: multi-word verbs

    dear friend,
    thank u 4 kind reply. it is highly appreciated but i am afraid that u v misunderstood me because what i want precisely is an outline in other words a plan to be of help in writing my thesis. for example i v already started my first chapter with the following topics:
    Mult-word verbs
    the particle
    phrasal verbs
    prepositional verbs
    phrasal prepositional verbs
    phrasal verbs vs. prepositional verbs
    Multi-word verbs in the passive
    multi-word verbs in the context
    idioms
    collocations
    stress

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