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    New Phrasal Verbs Quizzes: Intransitive, Separable and Inseparable

    New Phrasal Verbs Quizzes: Intransitive, Separable and Inseparable

    We've just added the ability for you to quiz yourself on intransitive, separable and inseparable phrasal verbs. This quiz type complements our existing quizzes on phrasal verbs and other grammar topics. We hope you enjoy them. :-)

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    Last edited by Red5; 01-Mar-2008 at 02:34.

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    Re: New Phrasal Verbs Quizzes: Intransitive, Separable and Inseparable

    I tried a couple of the quizzes. I did rather badly. I am unfamiliar with a lot of the phrasal verbs in the quizzes. "Bang about", for example, seems peculiarly British. Hm.

    Perhaps a note that the tests are based on British English would be in order.


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