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Most Common Daily English Phrasal Verbs

March 15, 2022

Most Common English Phrasal Verbs

What are phrasal verbs?

A phrasal verb is a verb that is made up of the main verb and one or two small words, called particles. The particles can be prepositions or adverbs. Phrasal verbs are very common in English and are used in all kinds of situations.

How can I use them?

Phrasal verbs are very useful for adding variety and interest to your English. They can also make your English sound more natural. However, you need to be careful when using phrasal verbs because they can sometimes change the meaning of the main verb in a way that might not be immediately obvious.

What are some common phrasal verbs in English?

There are many, many common phrasal verbs in English. Here are just a few of the most common ones:

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The airplane _______________ at 2pm this afternoon.

I _________ the lights before I go to work.

What time do you _______________?

I __________ at 6 o'clock.

I like to _________ after I eat breakfast.

I'm sorry. I ___________ your car.

Did you say I __________ after the bank?

Can you __________ the garage okay?


How can I learn more about them?

There are lots of resources available to help you learn more about phrasal verbs. You can find lists of common phrasal verbs in dictionaries and grammar books. There are also many online resources that can help you learn about and practice using phrasal verbs.

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Match the word "wheel" to the picture.







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