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Phrasal verbs are an important part of the English language. This guide focuses on separable and inseparable phrasal verbs and exactly how to use them. There are no complicated explanations or boring rules listed (you can open any textbook for those!). Instead, each phrasal verb has a short definition that focuses on only one meaning (most phrasal verbs have more than one meaning, making them difficult to learn). Every phrasal verb also comes with multiple real life examples on how to use it in everyday life.

Learn 138 useful and common phrasal verbs and remember them easily with this guide. Brought to you by InspiredByEnglish.com. This audio is set to relaxing classical music.

©2012 Zhanna Hamilton (P)2012 Zhanna Hamilton

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Great for English as a second language students

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I got this for a few of my English as a second language students, and they have thanked me multiple times. It is a fun audiobook to listen to, according to them. The pronunciation and examples are clear and help ingrain the phrasal verbs into your mind faster than if you were just to read them to yourself. Definitely recommend it.

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The content of the material is too easy and the background music makes me drowsy.