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Phrasal verbs Hey! I'd like to ask you, which methods you use for learning phrasal verbs? How do you think, is it a good idea to hang out sheets with meaning phrasal verbs all over the house to learn them? Thank you for your advices!
Apr 3, 2018 6:07 PM
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Mrs Tad, well, thank you for motivation). I do not panick, I just want to find the best way to learn them). 
April 3, 2018


Don't fight with them! Don't panic! Like them.Joke using them!

'Get up early in the morning and get out of my house!'

Generally, my friends in London say, 'It is not in a good taste, when a foreigner uses too many phrasal verbs!'

April 3, 2018
I write them in a notebook with their meaning and study them a few day until i make sure i learned them , and a few days later i read them again and ask them myself to make sure I did't forget them.
April 3, 2018
Mrs Tad, yes, I agree with you BUT I am going to hang out phrasal verbs that are used often, for example, such as: make up, get across, get away, etc. not all of them. I've tried to remember phrasal verbs by watching TV serials. I just can not understand what a character says, when uses any phrasal verb. So, I have to open my book, which contains general phrasal verbs, look at the phrasal verb, and after that I will be able to understand sentences.
April 3, 2018
Longman dictionary of phrasal verbs contains more than 20 thousand phrasal verbs. So it is not a good idea to write them down and put around your house. It is not necessary to remember them all, because the majority of them are connected with slang. It is much better to watch modern movies and pay attention to which of phrasal verbs are most common in everyday language.
April 3, 2018
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