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  • Phrasal Verbs With: Do, Does, Did and Negative Forms

    Phrasal verbs are tricky in English, then we add in auxiliaries and other rules and students get confused and intimidated. Don’t be! Phrasal verbs are just like regular verbs when it comes to questions and negatives in English.

    If you know how to form questions in English and negatives in English you shouldn’t have any problems using them with phrasal verbs. Here is a quick video about using auxiliaries with phrasal verbs in English. Do you know what the phrasal verbs mean? Take the quiz below to test your skills.

    Fill in the blank with the correct phrasal verb:

    I don’t ____ ____ pranks.

    Your daughter is sick. Did she ____ __?

    Don’t ____ that ____ away, I really like it.

    Does she ____ ___ in class?

    I am not _____ __ to his pressure.

    He didn’t ____ ___ well with his words.

     

     

    • Ilka

      I don’t care for pranks.

      Your daughter is sick. Did she get better?

      Don’t throw that thing away, I really like it.

      Does she go well in class?

      I am not bothering with to his pressure.

      He didn’t deal very well with his words.

      • LOIEnglish

        Ilka…I’m giving you the same advice as Luca. Look up the following phrasal verbs: fall for, throw up, and doze off.

    • luca lattarini

      1- i do not fall in pranks
      2-your daughter is sick. Did she comes off?
      3-Don’t you give that book away, I really like it
      4-Does she come off in class?
      5-i am not falling for his pressure
      6-He didn’t fall for well with his words

      • LOIEnglish

        Luca…you had some problems. I recommend looking up these phrasal verbs: fall for, throw up, doze off

    • Navila Rosales

      1 fall for
      2 throw up
      3 give away
      4 doze off
      5 giving in

      • LOIEnglish

        Good work Navila.

    • raman

      i want to ask you now how learn speaking

      • LOIEnglish

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