Phrasal Verb Dictionary

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thanx alot but, can u suggest a website i can get the information from?
 

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WOW!!!!... i never thought that i had to guess the meaning for most of the quizzes..hehe....a real good job Tdol...i really like it....:up::up::up::up::up:
 

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Thank you it is really nice, actually i was looking for something alike.
 

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Happysman was a spammer.
 

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hi,:)

I'm sorry but I can not help you. If you want to learn the phrasel verbs with a dictionary or list of phrasel verb than my advice is to give up. It is most easier if you search from the net Free exercises with phrasel verbs. It is more easy to learn them by exercises than learning them by heart from a list!

kind regards,
madox



"phrasel":cross:
"phrasal":tick:
 
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I need a single list of all the most common phrases. [STRIKE]cmmon[/STRIKE] Can you help me [STRIKE]ont[/STRIKE] out with this?

Thanks. It is useful.

Thanks a lot. :up: [STRIKE]But[/STRIKE] However, you [STRIKE]had better[/STRIKE] should give it to us [STRIKE]in[/STRIKE] as a pdf. [STRIKE]form[/STRIKE] :lol: This is just an idea. :lol:

How can I [STRIKE]can to[/STRIKE] send that test? :roll:

Thank you so much.

I have got one. Let me know if you want me to upload it. Best regards.

I like the list but I hate phrasal verbs. I can't learn them easily. [STRIKE]:([/STRIKE]
Thank you very much.

I agree with you. It's really confusing.:shock:

Thanks a lot. Best regards.

[STRIKE]thanx[/STRIKE] Thanks [STRIKE]alot[/STRIKE] a lot but no comma here can you suggest a website I can get the information from?

WOW! [STRIKE]!!!...[/STRIKE] I never thought that I had to guess the meaning for most of the quizzes. [STRIKE]hehe[/STRIKE] Ha ha. You did a really good job, Tdol. I really like it. :up::up::up::up::up:

Thank you. It is really nice. [STRIKE]actually[/STRIKE] I was looking for something [STRIKE]alike[/STRIKE] like that.

I realise most of those posts were simply from people trying to up their post count but I just couldn't bear to look at the appalling punctuation, capitalisation and spelling all in one thread. So - for any learners reading this thread, you can now see the corrected version of every one of them.

You can tell I'm bored, can't you?!
 

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These threads do attract them. Lockdown gets to us all. These are very strange days.
 

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Welcome to the forum and thank you, John_Samuel128, but I don't think anyone in this thread asked what a phrasal verb is. Please try not to litter your posts with links. It can get very messy.
 
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