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  1. eldawat
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    Dear Sir,
    I have a problem in phrasal verb, my question is that any clue to know which are the seperable and unseperable phrasal verb?
    As we know, there are alot of the phrasal verbs to remember..
    I'd appreciated your advice inorder to solve my problem.


    Regards,

    Elda


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    Re: Phrasal verb

    Quote Originally Posted by eldawat View Post
    Dear Sir,
    I have a problem in phrasal verb, my question is that any clue to know which are the seperable and unseperable phrasal verb?
    As we know, there are alot of the phrasal verbs to remember..
    I'd appreciated your advice inorder to solve my problem.


    Regards,

    Elda
    Elda,
    The scholarly work on English phrasal verbs is the 1975 publication "Oxford Dictionary of Current Idiomatic English Volume 1." (The preface is 81 pages long.)
    Good luck.

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