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    Question 26

    Please:
    I read it about Phrasal Verbs :


    TIP! If you are not sure whether a phrasal verb is separable or inseparable, ALWAYS use a noun or nouns phrase and DO NOT separate. In this manner, you will always be correct!

    Can anybody give me an example ?


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    Re: Question 26

    Quote Originally Posted by Mauricio67 View Post
    Please:
    I read it about Phrasal Verbs :


    TIP! If you are not sure whether a phrasal verb is separable or inseparable, ALWAYS use a noun or nouns phrase and DO NOT separate. In this manner, you will always be correct!

    Can anybody give me an example ?
    I can give you an exception to the rule; take "get over" for example: You get your exams over, which means finish something(usually unpleasant) and get over a shock, which means recover from it.
    There is never a rule that works in all contexts

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