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Phrasal verbs: Teaching phrasal verbs using equivalents and definitions

Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Reference material

Many phrasal verbs can be said another way, and many learners of English tend to favour the non-phrasal verb equivalent. This often makes them sound formal. This lesson for intermediate-level students helps students learn – and practise – some phrasal verbs common in spoken English.

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  • this lesson has proved to be very enjoyable and successful in teaching the related phrasal verbs.

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