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    go off

    Thank you very much to all of you. Thank you for mentioning about the phrasal verbs' list. I knew about it and used it, besides looked up other dictionaries. Then I didn't find out what I was looking for, I made questions. However, to avoid the repetition of former questions, I...
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    pass on

    Thank you very much for your answer. Please let me ask you one more. Does it make sence to use "pass on" like this: "Last night he passed on." ?
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    take over

    I am looking for an Intransitive phrasal verb's example sentence in dictionaries though, I couldn't find it. So, could you help me and teach me an example, using " take over " (meaning: assume command) as an Intransitive phrasal verb?
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    pass on

    Please tell me if you can use "pass on" (meaning: die) as a transitive phrasal verb? If you can, could you give me an example sentence as a transitive verb?
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    lie down

    Could you give me an example sentence, using "lie down" (meaning: evade, fail to do) as an inseparable transitive verb?
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    go off

    I want to know if " go off " has the meaning of "emothinal outburst".:-? If so, could you give me an example sentence ?
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    phrasal verb "drive back"

    Please give me an example sentence, using "drive back" (meaning: return by car) as the inseparable phrasal verb?
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    phrasal verb "find out"

    Could you tell me if "find out" (meaning: lean) is used as an inseparable pharasal verb? If so, please give me an example sentence.
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    phrasal verbs "break down"

    Please teach me an example sentence, using "break down" (meaning: analyze, list the parts of separately) as a separable phrasal verb.
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    about "dismiss"

    Dear David L. Thank you very much for your answer. Please let me ask more about this. When a person get discharged one's official position, do you use "be dismissed from " ? If so, which is popular to use " be dismissed as " or " be dismissed from " ?
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    about "dismiss"

    Please teach me if this usage is correct or not. " She was dismissed as chairperson. "
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    countable or non-countable?

    Please teach me this is a countable or non-countable noun in this sentence below. " I don't get paid for delay(s)."
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    does it need an article in this case?

    Could you teach me if an articleneeds in this case below. "It's pretty (? ) short notice."
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    about "it"

    Dear Wuisi , 2006 I appreciate for your lucid explanations. Now I understand about "it" well. Thank you so much.
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    about "it"

    Please teach me why "it" is needed in this sentence below. ex: "Is it worth it to buy such a jewel?" 
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