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Do I use phrasal verbs naturally in the sentences below? Thank you for your time and help. (35) Do I use the phrasal verbs naturally in the sentences below? Oliver Sacks's books don't come under fiction literature. Do Oliver Sacks's books come under the heading of science literature? Oliver Sacks drew on his personal experience as a neurologist to create his books. The experts point out that in two years we will witness a huge change in geopolitics. While we were driving along the street she pointed out the house she had passed her childhood in. Let's turn to the next issue on our today's meeting agenda. It's really difficult to latch on (*) what our boss wants from the team: his guidelines are very confusing. It takes several days for her to take in the fact that her husband had left her for another woman. We should watch out for possible risks when we make important decisions. Watch out for Oliver Sacks's books: they may give you some insight on how the neurologist's work looks like. You should try to find out more information about this particular aspect of the issue. *BrE
Oct 26, 2017 11:50 AM
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It's really difficult to latch on (*) what our boss wants from the team: his guidelines are very confusing. All the others are great. This one (above) I am not sure what you mean. Maybe It is really difficult to catch on to what our boss wants Hope this helps Jane :)
October 26, 2017
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