1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context PDF ebook
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1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context

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PDF ebook by Matt Errey

“This book really helped me to learn the phrasal verbs that I didn’t know.” Amphol Bunnag, ESL Learner, Chiangmai, Thailand

self-study guide for learners of English who want to improve their knowledge of phrasal verbs. This PDF ebook includes over 1,000 phrasal verbs in alphabetical order, plus over 2,000 example sentences and 1,000 challenging quiz questions. It can easily be adapted by teachers for use in class.

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Matt Errey
Matt Errey
  • 1000 phrasal verbs listed alphabetically for quick and easy reference
  • 2000 example sentences (2 sentences for each phrasal verb)
  • Read the sentence, get the meaning, check your understanding
  • Grammar notes, usage tips and related phrasal verbs
  • Spaces to write your own notes and examples
  • Suitable for self-study at home or classroom use
  • Links to hundreds of exercises, quizzes and fun interactive games
  • Plus! 1000 phrasal verb quiz questions (with answers)

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Each phrasal verb is presented in its own table, and each table has:

  • two example sentences, one with the phrasal verb colour-highlighted
  • patterns of usage (e.g. ‘chop up sth’ / ‘chop sth up’)
  • references to related phrasal verbs
  • space to write your own example sentence
  • space to write your own notes

Phrasal Verbs in Context sample pages

Runs on: Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android
Format: PDF
Printable: Yes
Pages: 157
Filesize: 2.7mb
Publisher: TEFL Games Co.
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“I bought this ebook because most of my students have a problem with phrasal verbs. I use the quizzes to test them and find out which phrasal verbs most of them don’t know. Then I use printouts of the listings to help them learn the ones they don’t know.” James Murphy, English Instructor, Hanoi, Vietnam

1000 Phrasal verbs in Context succeeds in providing learners at any level beyond lower intermediate with an enjoyable and effective way of improving their knowledge of phrasal verbs. I highly recommend this book for both learners and teachers.” Catherine Barrault, ESL Instructor, Toronto, Canada

“Phrasal verbs have troubled learners for a long time, and I’m sure the material and learning strategies presented in 1000 Phrasal verbs in Context will help many learners finally break through this barrier and take an important step towards genuine fluency.” Michael Holland, Academic Supervisor and Teacher Trainer, Bangkok, Thailand

3 reviews for 1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context

  1. 5 out of 5

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    This book really helped me to learn the phrasal verbs that I didn’t know. Many times I listened to foreigners speaking but I couldn’t understand, and this made me feel ashamed because the words were basic and not difficult vocab. But now I know the problem. Foreigners always use the phrasal verbs which I never learned. I feel like I found the secret of English at last, and since I learned many new phrasal verbs from this book I can understand foreigners speaking so much better and in the movies much better too. I enjoy learning the new phrasal verbs when I have my free time because it’s a challenge for me to think up the meaning, and I like the quiz questions too. I love this book because it helps me so much.

  2. 4 out of 5

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    What I like about 1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context most is the absence of definitions. Learners have to get their brain involved to figure out the meaning which is the best way of memorizing something. If they want to check for the correct definition, they can grab a phrasal verbs dictionary and find it by themselves. It makes the learning active and more enjoyable. I recommend this book to everybody who wants to reach a higher level in English.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I bought this ebook because most of my students have a problem with phrasal verbs. I use the quizzes to test them and find out which phrasal verbs most of them don’t know. Then I use printouts of the listings to help them learn the ones they don’t know. They work in small groups and enjoy figuring out what the phrasal verbs mean by discussing it among themselves. Most of them have never learned vocabulary this way and some have mentioned how much they prefer it to memorising lists of words and definitions, which is what they were taught to do in school. We spend at least an hour per week on this and they learn about twenty new phrasal verbs a week. It really works!

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