Topic: Phrasal verbs.
This is an introduction to phrasal verbs (two-part verbs/ multi-word verbs/ particle verbs). Level: intermediate to advanced.
The presentation has been created for upper level students, who most likely have already studied this topic to some degree. This first lesson on phrasal verbs then serves more as an opportunity to review, rethink, and expand students' knowledge. I explain what phrasal verbs are and when we use them. Attention to structure will be given in Lesson 18.
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