The Phrasal Verbs You Need To know

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The Phrasal Verbs You Need To Know.

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Contents:

1. 'Get' Phrasal Verbs.

2. 'Set' Phrasal Verbs.

3. Definition of Phrasal Verb.

4. Different Examples of Phrasal Verbs.

5.  Phrasal Verbs For Daily Use.

6. Phrases And Idioms.

 

It is true that you are curious about the Phrasal Verbs.

 

But, why will you learn Phrasal Verbs?

Because,

1. The use of Vocabulary will be proper in sentences.

2. Your words will be meaningful.

3. Your words will be humorous.

4. In different situations, you will be able to use proper words.

5. You will be confident of making a sentence properly.

Now, let's come to the point:

What is Phrasal Verb?

A Phrasal Verb is a unit of a Verb, Preposition or Adverb.

Or,

A Phrasal Verb is a phrase that consists of a Verb, Preposition or Adverb.

 

About Phrasal Verbs:

It is a phrase or a unit that consists of a Verb, Preposition Particle or Adverb.

 Viz,this unit is a combination of different categories.

 

The Phrasal Verbs You Need To Know

1. Get at (to keep criticising, to reach something or somebody)

●Please, don't get at him.

●He is always getting at me.

●It is impossible for me to get at the truth.

●It is difficult to get at him.

● Though I tried hard, I could not get at him.

●I suggest him to get at the big gun.

('big gun' means a powerful or influential person)

 

2. Get ahead(to make progress)

●I advised him get ahead in his career.

● Jane was very laborious and so, he could get ahead in his life.

●I wanted to get ahead in my career.

● If you want to get ahead, you should do these things well.

● Time waits for none, try hard to get ahead.

●Though he was poor, he was laborious and could get ahead.

● We could get ahead by dint of our hard labour.

 

3. Get along(to leave a place)

● It is time we were getting along.

● We should not get along now.

● They are getting along soon.

●We should get along now.

●Don't get along at this moment.

 

4. Get around(to move from place to place)

● The old man was getting around though he was ill.

● You should not get around now, because you are weak.

● Though he was ill, he was getting around.

● He got around by the help of a stick.

● Though he was emaciated, but he got around.

●I prohibited my father to get around in the evening, because his eye-sight was poor.

 

5. Get across(to be communicated or understood)

● I explained everything, but he could not get across.

● I got across his ideas.

● It was difficult to get across your ideas.

● I got across what he said.

● Try to get across my ideas.

●I explain so that they can get across easily.

● He listened to me and got across everything.

 

6. Get away(to have a holiday, to steal something and escape with it, to succeed in leaving a place)

●The pupils were over the moon to get away.

● They were very happy to get away.

● When are you getting away?

●In April, he got away and went to America.

 

7. Get back(to return, to obtain something after having lost)

● Though I went late , I got back soon.

● Jill asked me when I would get back.

● My father asked what time I would get back.

● I will get back soon.

● We should not get back now.

 

Remember:

Phrasal Verbs can make your language standard. They can help you make the sentences properly in different situations. You can mean, you will be rich in Vocabulary.

 

Only Feel:

1. You have ability.

2. You should try to improve yourself.

 

Never Feel:

1. I can't.

 

Let's get started again:

8. Set against(to make oppose)

● You have  set him against me.

●He accused me of setting my son against his mother.

●His argument set me against him.

 

9. Set apart(to make better or different)

● She sang such a song that set her apart from other singers.

● Her song set her apart from other singers.

● His book set him apart from other writers.

 

10. Set aside(to save money)

● He set aside some money last year.

● Though he was spindrift, he set aside some money.

 

Phrasal Verbs For Daily Use

1. Duck down(to bend down or stoop down to avoid being hit)

 

Important Phrase And Idioms

1. A piece of cake(very easy)

● Do the work at once, it is a piece of cake.

● The test was a piece of cake for me.

● The work was a piece of cake for him.

 

2. In the teeth of(inspite of opposition or difficulty)

● I could succeed in the teeth of obstacles.

● The bridge was built in the teeth of opposition from the public.

 

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