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    deprive of

    hello

    Is 'deprive of' a phrasal verb or a prepositional verb.
    Please explain your answer.
    Thanks


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    Re: deprive of

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    hello

    Is 'deprive of' a phrasal verb or a prepositional verb.
    Please explain your answer.
    Thanks
    Svartnik, could you give an example or context?


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    Re: deprive of

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Svartnik, could you give an example or context?

    Hello Anglika

    He was deprived of his power.
    IMO, it is a prep dependent verb, in other words a prepositional verb.
    Some people say all prep verbs are phrasal verbs.
    What is your take on this?

    imuchas gracias!

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