Your English: Phrasal verbs
From break into to pick out, Tim Bowen explains your favourite phrasal verbs.
Phrasal verbs articles
Yet again, Tim Bowen notches up another fine Your English article. Here, we can lap up his football report on Fulham vs Juventus.
Industrious as ever, Tim Bowen has ferreted out another batch of phrasal verbs, this time related to animals.
As he blows out his 70th birthday candles, the musician Bob Dylan shows no sign of winding down; Tim Bowen pays homage with some appropriate phrasal verbs.
Have you ever felt anger boil up inside you? Did the situation boil over? Tim Bowen’s here to help you let off steam with some useful phrasal verbs.
Tim Bowen makes a breakthrough in explaining the sometimes confusing phrasal verbs associated with this word.
Are you burning with curiosity to find out what Tim Bowen’s written about this week? Then read on …
When was the last time you burst into tears? Or were bursting with pride? Tim Bowen, who burst onto the Your English scene in 2008, investigates this versatile verb.
Tim Bowen has come up with the perfect description of the phrasal verbs associated with this word.
They can dish it out but they can't take it - Tim Bowen's critical account of what's going on in UK politics.
Do away with Your English? Certainly not! Tim Bowen isn’t done in yet …
Tim Bowen serves up some delicious phrasal verbs. Tuck in!
Tim Bowen goes into some detail about the dire consequences of falling for his advice.
Tim Bowen won't let us down with this selection of football-related phrasal verbs.
You don't have to hack into Tim Bowen's computer to access his article on hack as a phrasal verb – it's available right here.
When it comes to phrasal verbs, we hang on Tim Bowen’s every word!
Don’t let the fear of phrasal verbs hang over you; Tim Bowen’s here to help.
Tim Bowen doesn't hold back in his discussion of the phrasal verbs associated with this word.
With more details coming out and the story showing no signs of dying down, Tim Bowen looks at phrasal verbs in the news – in particular, the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.
We bet you’re all jumping at the chance to read this buoyant article by Tim Bowen.
Tim Bowen considers the set of phrasal verbs formed when the verb to kick is combined with various particles.
Tim Bowen knocks us out with his explanation of this entertaining phrasal verb.
Tim Bowen lays on a feast of phrasal verbs.
Tim Bowen will never let you down when it comes to phrasal verbs.
Responsibility for learning phrasal verbs lies with you and your students but Tim Bowen’s here to help with the challenges that lie ahead.
Why not look to Tim Bowen for guidance on how to correctly assemble phrasal verbs?
Tim Bowen packs in a plethora of phrasal verbs to keep your brain busy.
Tim Bowen passes on his knowledge of the phrasal verbs associated with this word. Don't let this one pass you by!
Tim Bowen picks out a few quirky examples of this sometimes suggestive phrasal verb.
After playing around with some ideas, Tim Bowen has provided us with some brilliant descriptions of the phrasal verbs associated with this word.
Tim Bowen takes a look at phrasal verbs based on the verb to pop.
Tim Bowen’s pulled out all the stops to bring you another stunning article on phrasal verbs!
Have you ever been told to push off? Maybe it’s because you pushed in, suggests Tim Bowen.
Tim Bowen is on a roll as he rounds up this year's batch of Your English articles.
Tim Bowen rounds up another collection of phrasal verbs.
Tim Bowen explains why an English student could run into some problems trying to form phrasal verbs with the verb to run.
Have you ever struggled to scrape together enough money to pay the bills? Or scraped through in a sports tournament? More phrasal verbs courtesy of Tim Bowen.
See to your understanding of phrasal verbs with Tim Bowen’s latest article.
Tim Bowen might have to fend off hordes of fans after brilliantly explaining the use of three phrasal verbs to do with self-defence.
Tim Bowen sets about giving a masterclass in the correct use of phrasal verbs.
Don’t let a fear of phrasal verbs set in! Tim Bowen is here to help.
Tim Bowen sets out as he means to carry on in his first Your English article of 2013.
Settle down and enjoy another of Tim Bowen’s useful articles on phrasal verbs.
Before you shoot off to teach your next class, read this batch of phrasal verbs by Tim Bowen.
We recommend that you ‘sit up’ and take note of this article by Tim Bowen. You might learn something new!
Did you ever sleep over at a friend's house when you were little? And do you intend to nod off in front of the TV when you're older? Tim Bowen dreams up a batch of phrasal verbs for all ages.
As it combines with so many prepositions, it's easy to slip up when using the verb slip. Tim Bowen helps you to effortlessly slip these phrasal verbs into conversations.
Tim Bowen has been beavering away to bring this interesting discussion of some lonely phrasal verbs: verbs that only combine with one particle and only have one meaning.
This week, Tim Bowen uses some phrasal verbs to explain why UK taxpayers are cheesed off by the recent news on MPs' expenses.
Tim Bowen wouldn't dream of fobbing you off with this week's collection of odd phrasal verbs.
For all those who have been hankering after Tim Bowen's lonely phrasal verbs, here is his latest instalment in which he talks about the railways in Britain.
Whether you prefer to leaf through or mull over this gloomy article, you will certainly experience the joylessness of an English winter with Tim Bowen's latest collection of lonely phrasal verbs.
Tim Bowen uses the volcanic ash cloud as a starting point for another set of lonely phrasal verbs for us to revel in.
Tim Bowen will sort out any problems you have with phrasal verbs right here!
Far from rambling on about boring matters, Tim Bowen presents a concise article on phrasal verbs meaning speaking at length. This is why we keep banging on about how great he is!
Tim Bowen's weekly additions to Your English are sure to stand the test of time as invaluable reference materials for teachers.
Tim Bowen steps forward to offer his explanation of how this versatile word can be used to form several different phrasal verbs.
Tim Bowen gets stuck in to another set of phrasal verbs.
Tim Bowen will stop at nothing to ensure that you and your students have a firm grasp of phrasal verbs.
Have you every struck out on your own? Who are you struck on? Tim Bowen targets a versatile verb.
Has the wind been tearing at your hair this winter? Tim Bowen returns with a forceful set of phrasal verbs to start 2011.
Tim Bowen tosses around some more ideas to add to the ever-expanding pot of Your English.
When was the last time you were turned away? Has anyone ever turned against you? Tim Bowen presents a pivotal collection of phrasal verbs.
Cheer up! Here's Tim Bowen's latest article on phrasal verbs formed with up and down.
Feeling washed out? Tim Bowen’s article could be the perfect tonic …
The novelty of Tim Bowen’s Your English articles hasn’t worn off yet …