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Feb 9, 2022

Hi, welcome to a new episode of The Art of Business English. This week we have the first part of a mini-series on phrasal-prepositional verbs, also known as phrasal verbs with two particles, which will help you enrich your vocabulary and your understanding of native speakers.


In the first episode we will be covering three-word phrasal verbs with the preposition “with”. This means that the last word in the three-word structure is “with”. Keep reading on and you will understand.


Phrasal verbs are very common in English, especially in more informal contexts. They are made up of a verb and a particle or, sometimes, two particles. The particle often changes the meaning of the verb.


In terms of word order, there are two main types of phrasal verbs: separable and inseparable. With separable phrasal verbs, the verb and particle can be apart or together. Phrasal verbs with two particles are inseparable. Even if you use a pronoun, you put it after the particles.


So, let’s see what we’ve got!


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