One of the most difficult things (if not the most difficult) in the Learning of English is the phrasal verbs. I know it is possible to express an idea without any phrasal verb but I think it would sound completely unatural. Is there some tricks or a particular method to learn them ?
Are there any ressources which could help in the learning process of those phrases ?
Ps. I'm almost sure this kind of question has already been asked here, but I don't really know.
## Diana Owaykn
A phrasal verb is a verb that is made up of a main verb together with an adverb or a preposition, or both.
eg. I asked her out but she turned me down, maybe I turn her off :) (phrasal verb here is turn down and turn off). I think if someone wants to speak like a native (ie. fluently) he has to be able to understand and use those phrase which have almost always several meanings (the real fight :) )
Sometimes you may find an old used vesion of the book I mentioned: