Commonly Misused Phrasal Verbs & How To Use Them Correctly

Due to the multiple meanings of phrasal verbs, we often misuse them when structuring sentences.

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The following is a summary of the usage of some common phrasal verbs. You can look for more phrasal verbs on your own too!

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Common Phrasal Verbs

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