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some tips

Karolina S.
1. "ed" sounds like /t/
s
sh
ch
k
p
f
miss, wash, watch, work, stop, laugh

2. "ed" sounds like /d/
a) vowel sound
offer ('r' в британском английском не произносится и превращается в др. звуки в зависимости от рядом стоящих букв), answer, sue, study, lie, show

b) z
g
b
v
l
m
n
quiz, beg, rob, live, call, seem, clean

3. "ed"sounds like /id/
t
d
rent, suggest, accept, paint, land, decide, add, end

1. Phrasal verbs have 2 different meanings

take up = begin a new activity (I took up horse riding last year)
take up = accept an offer or invitation (She took up the job offer)

turn down = reduce volum (Please turn down the radio)
turn down = reject (She turn down our invitation)

turn up = increase volume (Please turn up the radio)
turn up = appear (He turned up at the party without an invitation)

2. Most phrasal verbs can be separated by an object

You should give up this job = You should give this job up

If the object is replaced by a pronoun, you must put the pronoun between the two objects
Should I give up this job? -> Yes, you should give it up

3. Some phrasal verbs can not be separated by the object

I came across the book by chance
I came across it by chance

4. A few phrasal verbs take a second preposition
I am behind with my emails. I must catch up on them.

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