This workbook is organized around the individual particles of phrasal verbs, rather than the verbs themselves. This enables students to perceive broader categories of meaning and so makes the task of learning phrasal verbs more manageable. The workbook focuses on the most important phrasal verbs, with around 300 different meanings being covered. Almost half of these are formed with 18 common verbs. There are ten units of material, each following a similar format. The first nine units each deal with one of the most important particles; the final unit covers a further seven particles. The units can be studied in any order. Each unit has an introductory page giving the important meanings of the particle being studied, with lists of phrasal verbs to be practiced in each section of the unit. At the end of each unit there is a separate section of revision exercises.
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This imaginative and stimulating workbook accompanies the 'Collins COBUILD Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs'. It is well known that phrasal verbs form an essential part of everyday communication in English. This book helps students from intermediate level upwards to use phrasal verbs appropriately and effectively.
Each Unit deals with a particular particle, such as 'in', 'out', or 'up'. The carefully graded exercises can be used both in class and for self-study.
• Based on the evidence of 'The Bank of English' and including real examples
• Approximately 300 phrasal verbs given detailed treatment
• Graded activities promote thorough understanding and natural use
• Guidance on synonyms, antonyms, and register in 'Language Comments'
• Full answer key included
• Humorous cartoons provide memorable contexts
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Book Description Harcourt Brace and Company, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0003709256