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1- Is every verb followed by a preposition a phrasal verb?
He goes to school.2- Are phrasal verbs type of an idom or something different?
Put it on the table.
Put on your shoes.
If yes, then idoms must have some other types too. Do they have?(Please correct any other mistakes you find in my questions. (even in this sentence too.))
No; if the verb and preposition/adverb don't change the meaning, then it's not a phrasal verb. In your examples, I would say that only the third is phrasal.
Phrasal verbs are idiomatic because the meaning differs from the dictionary meaning of the individual words.