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Amanda
Could you please list here a phrasal verb that you use a lot or think that's important and its meaning? I would like to learn new ones in order to improve my vocabulary :)
Apr 3, 2019 4:26 AM
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find out - to discover. I found out that Japanese culture is a really interesting culture.

look for - to search. I am looking for Miranda, where is she?

talk over - to discuss. We had talked over the problem but didn't found any solution.

Why are you interested in phrasal verbs? Are you immersed in an English speaking Environment?

Experienced native English speakers endeavor don't use phrasal verbs in business conversations or in conversations with foreigners. It is enough to know a few most used.


April 3, 2019
there are too much phrasal verbs but you can search the most used ones like: get up / put on / put off /find out / look for / get rid of / make fun of / have fun with /...
April 3, 2019
Amanda, there are so many phrasal verbs.  Why not look up (phrasal verb) the phrasal verb 'get through''. There are about 7 different meanings for that phrasal verb.
April 3, 2019
Get up /get used to /get sick / get better / take off , ....
April 3, 2019
Thank you for all the answers! I've just asked about phrasal verbs because I've always heard many English teachers saying that they're very used in daily conversation and that it's important for us to know them. But I'm not focoused on learning only phrasal verbs at all now, it was just curiosity of mine :)
April 3, 2019
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Amanda
Language Skills
English, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese
Learning Language
English, Japanese