PLEASE NOTE - this is a replica of the print book and you will need a pen and paper to complete the exercises.
Learn more than 1,000 of the most common and useful English phrasal verbs using the highly effective English for Everyone visual method.
Phrasal verbs (two- or three-part verbs such as "put off," "put on," and "put up with") are incredibly useful but notoriously difficult to learn. English for Everyone: Phrasal Verbs uses the same combination of visual teaching and crystal-clear definitions as in the rest of the English for Everyone series to make one of the most difficult aspects of learning English much easier.
More than 1,000 phrasal verbs are presented in context, together with easy-to-understand definitions and attractive illustrations. Each teaching module is based around a practical or everyday topic (such as work, education, or leisure) and is followed by tightly focused practice exercises to help students remember what they have just learned. All phrasal verbs are also listed by key verb (such as "put," "take," or "get") in the reference section.
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