[Idiom] how could I sort this kind of sentence?

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janotlellis

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Hello there,

I´m from Brazil, and I´m trying to improve my skills in English Language.
I´d wanna know how could I sort this kind of sentences, for example:
*[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]...please, turn off[/FONT][FONT=Arial, sans-serif] the light.[/FONT]*, *...[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]If we can [/FONT][FONT=Arial, sans-serif]get off[/FONT][FONT=Arial, sans-serif] early tomorrow morning[/FONT]...*

Are them sort as "phrasal verbs"?

I´d like to get a reply if possible, before the exam I´m going to make at the next weekend.
Thanks a lot.
See you
 

bhaisahab

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Hello there,

I´m from Brazil, and I´m trying to improve my skills in English Language.
I´d wanna know how could I sort this kind of sentences, for example:
*...please, turn off the light.*, *...If we can get off early tomorrow morning...*

Are them sort as "phrasal verbs"?

I´d like to get a reply if possible, before the exam I´m going to make at the next weekend.
Thanks a lot.
See you

Both "turn off" and "get off" are phrasal verbs.
 

SoothingDave

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Hello there,

I´m from Brazil, and I´m trying to improve my skills in English Language.
I´d wanna know how could I sort this kind of sentences, for example:
*...please, turn off the light.*, *...If we can get off early tomorrow morning...*

Are them sort as "phrasal verbs"?

I´d like to get a reply if possible, before the exam I´m going to make at the next weekend.
Thanks a lot.
See you

Please use proper English on this forum, "want to" not "wanna."
 
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