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Doubt about phrasal verbs
Hi good morning from Spain.

I'm learning english and I have a doubt about phrasal verbs when I write it. 

My doubt is, in this text for example, How can I know when the preposition go separate ?

Because I would had put: I'll find them still AWAKE UP waiting for me. Whitout separate the proposition.
I don't know if I have explained good. 

THE TEXT ORIGINALLY IS THIS: 

It isn't that my parents aren't good to me. If they weren't, I wouldn't live with them. But I just don't feel independent. I'm 29, but I sometimes worry that if I come back very late after a night out, I'll find them still awake waiting up for me. It's never happened, but it still makes me want to move out. 

I hope that someone can help me. 

Thanks. 




May 1, 2020 9:16 AM
Comments · 2
Hello there here is the thing i don't know much about Grammar and all, but i can make a decent conversation
i did some freelance tourist guide for while and it worked out i never had any issues with explaining things to native English speaker. My suggestion is don't worry to much about grammar and all for now focus in reading and speaking. At the end of the day all that matters is how well can you speak and make conversation.
May 1, 2020
Hola fatima la frase verbal seria wake up , awake up no existe. En este texto la frase verbal se construye con el waiting , entonces waiting UP .

facil no ?
May 1, 2020
Fátima
Language Skills
English, Spanish
Learning Language
English