, i have a course work about phrasal verbs, so can you please help me with some information , with a link or pdf material.
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The object is a personal pronoun,these verbs always have the pattern:We will be leaving behind them.
Transitive two part verbs (see clauses, sentences and phrases) have only one pattern:N (subject) + v + p + n (object).
'm afraid we don't have material specifically devoted to phrasal verbs with a particular particle.
, i want to learn further about phrasal verbs using (verb)+out, and (verb)+up, when do we use "up" and "out" in a sentence like -gather up guys, we need to commence what we have started.
Often this gives the verb a new meaning:Free online english lessons & esl / efl resources.
Common verbs with their most frequent particles are:About, along, back, forward, in, off, out, round, up.
Our materials are organised so that either the topic of phrasal verbs or multi-word verbs is the focus, or a communicative theme is the focus, with phrasal verbs used for that topic (as here or here, for example).
You might want to do an internet search for resources specialised in phrasal verbs -- this bbc page and this other bbc page might be good places to start -- or look for books designed to help you learn phrasal verbs for more information.
. 'out' and 'up') are used in phrasal verbs, there are so many exceptions and different meanings i'm afraid it's not possible to generalise about them.