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    Hi!

    I am new here. Iīm from Spain
    I donīt know if this is the accurate site to ask this. if not, sorry!

    I am an english student, whose aim is to improve his english level. At the moment iīm trying to increase my prhasal verbs knowlegde. But unfortunately i donīt know how :(

    Can you please help me? Is there any list of prhasal verbs with examples that i could get for improving? Which way of studying do you advise me? Itīs possible i go England some months later, so i want to be prepaired with the lenguage :)

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarax89 View Post
    Hi!

    I am new here. Iīm from Spain
    I donīt know if this is the accurate site to ask this. if not, sorry!

    I am an english student, whose aim is to improve his english level. At the moment iīm trying to increase my prhasal verbs knowlegde. But unfortunately i donīt know how :(

    Can you please help me? Is there any list of prhasal verbs with examples that i could get for improving? Which way of studying do you advise me? Itīs possible i go England some months later, so i want to be prepaired with the lenguage :)

    Thanks!
    Yes, you've come to the right place. You could start here:
    Phrasal Verbs - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com

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    And you can practise here: English Language Tests - UsingEnglish.com

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    thanks Ray and Tdol, but i find still a problem.

    In this link: Phrasal Verbs - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com I have only the definition of prhasal verb but i donīt see any list of prhasal verbs with examples, or something similar that could help me to learn them.

    I like the quizzes, but i would like first to study them before examining myself ;)

    Is it possible? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarax-89 View Post
    thanks Ray and Tdol, but i find still a problem.

    In this link: Phrasal Verbs - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com I have only the definition of prhasal verb but i donīt see any list of prhasal verbs with examples, or something similar that could help me to learn them.

    I like the quizzes, but i would like first to study them before examining myself ;)

    Is it possible? Thanks!
    Yes, it's possible. Simply go to Google Search, or any web-search page, and enter "phrasal verbs". You will get more sources than you need in the first five references.

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    I think the better way to get them it is to buy a good dictionary. How do you want to learn them having them in digital format? Do you use a Pocket PC, a smartphone etc.? Anyway I prefer a paperback dictionary to learn and web resources to check obtained skills.

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    Thanks, but i donīt see how a diccionary can help me in this issue.

    What i want to find is a list of prhasal verbs, with examples, to understand them well.
    After it, the quizzs of UsingEnglish are great, i think :)

    For example, one of my problems, is that i donīt know which prahsal verbs are important for the practise and which are not.

    Cheers and thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarax-89 View Post
    Thanks, but i donīt see how a diccionary can help me in this issue.

    What i want to find is a list of prhasal verbs, with examples, to understand them well.
    After it, the quizzs of UsingEnglish are great, i think :)

    For example, one of my problems, is that i donīt know which prahsal verbs are important for the practise and which are not.

    Cheers and thanks.

    Sorry, I misread the first link and thought it was to the phrasal verb list. Try here you find thousands of them with definitions and examples:English Phrasal Verbs - UsingEnglish.com
    The list in the Members;' Area also has some verbs that are not displayed in the public page because they might be viewed as rude- to see them switch the content filter off in your Member preferences.
    Last edited by Tdol; 05-May-2009 at 20:16.

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    Thanks Tdol

    So the way is to search verbs in the search gap, isnīt it?

    Then... it doesnīt exist a list by itself.. yes? all i can do, is to search verbs and see the possible prhasal verbs that there are with it... thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarax-89 View Post
    For example, one of my problems, is that i donīt know which prahsal verbs are important for the practise and which are not.

    Cheers and thanks.
    I bought Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus.There're about 5000 phrasal verbs in it in alphabetical order with all kind of meanings. The most important (frequently used) phrasal verbs are shown in red (about 1000 phrasal verbs) and are divided into three bands (marked with one, two or three stars), each of about 350 verbs. All verbs are followed by examples.
    So I don't still understand why you believe that dictionaries are useless for you.

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