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Multi Word and Phrasal Verbs | EFL Resource

Multi Word and Phrasal Verbs | EFL Resource

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When our TEFL or ESOL students finally get the opportunity to visit an English-speaking country they are often shocked at how often native speakers use phrasal verbs which don’t seem to have the same meaning as the verb itself. Moreover, the phrasal verb often has more formal synonyms which could not be guessed from the verbs they are hearing. 

The important thing is how to teach these phrases and help our students to remember them. This download provides some practical ideas and activities for covering multi word and phrasal verbs in the TEFL/ESOL classroom.

You can also read our Multi Word and Phrasal Verbs blog for a quick summary of the differences between Phrasal Verbs and other Multi Word Verbs. 

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