When you practice your English, phrasal verbs are one of the most important things to learn if you want to be able to communicate with local people. Why? Because we use them all the time in daily conversations! What is the difference between hang in, hang out and hang up? Do you know how to use put in, put out and put off? Have you struggled with phrasal verbs in the past? If so, we have created a quiz book for you with 3 of our best phrasal verb quizzes. This is an opportunity for you to practice some vocabulary words at home and learn how to use them when you speak with local people. Remember, your first step is to learn them and your second step is to go out and practice them with native speakers! So get started!
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In this guide, you will:
- Take 3 quizzes with phrasal verbs and expressions like "go off" "come through" "come into" "show off" "hang out"
- Learn phrasal verbs that native speakers really use in everyday conversation
- Get definitions and explanations of meanings for many of the new phrasal verbs and expressions
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