= McGraw-Hill's Super-Mini Phrasal Verb Dictionary. Richard Spears
McGraw-Hill, 2nd edition; 2007, 2008. - 256 pages
Phrasal verbs, also called two-word verbs, are idiomatic expressions wherein the second element of the verb (the adverb or particle) is not necessarily predictable. For instance, why the word up in call up a friend? Why not say call on a friend or call in a friend? Actually, those are three separate, unpredictable combinations, and they each mean something completely different. For example, you can call up a friend on the telephone, call on a friend to visit a friend’s home, and call in a friend to come help you with something.
This dictionary is a compilation
of 1,800 phrasal verbs consisting of either a transitive or intransitive verb
and its particle or adverb. In many cases, additional prepositional phrases are
shown as part of the entry, but the dictionary focuses on phrasal or two-word
verbs. This second edition of the basic phrasal verb collection is based on
McGraw-Hill’s Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. The format of the
dictionary is designed to provide the information needed by learners who are
attempting to read and write conventional American English.
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