Phrasal-Verbs (Without Prepositions)

– Phrasal-Verbs & Verb Phrases –


Click on the letter below to find an alphabetical list of Phrasal-Verbs (without Prepositions) for each letter (organized alphabetically by the Verb in each Phrase.  (See description below.)

Enjoy!


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N .

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[info]The Verb Phrases and Phrasal-Verbs on each page are organized alphabetically by the Verb in the Phrase (not by the Adjective, Adverb, Noun, or Preposition.)  For example, with the Phrase:  “(to) Let Go…”  …the Verb in this Phrase is “Let”  So you will search for this phrase under Letter “L”.[/info]

However!

[info]It might happen that one accidentally searches under the letter “G” for “Go”.  In this cases, you will find a link to the correct page.[/info]

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