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    What mean phrasal verbs like " go clubbing "

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    Re: Prasal verbs

    I don't think of "go clubbing" as a phrasal verb. It means to go out to night clubs. I think it's only used in the continuous, though. We went clubbing every night we were there. I'm too tired to go clubbing tonight.

    Phrasal verbs have a preposition after them that changes the meaning of the word: Look up the word, bring up the topic, put out the fire.

    Look here: English Phrasal Verbs -

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