Phrasal Verb

A phrasal verb is a verb combined with one or more particles (prepositions or adverbs) that creates a meaning different from the original verb. Examples include "give up," "run into," and "take off." Phrasal verbs are common in English and can be challenging for language learners due to their idiomatic meanings. Teaching phrasal verbs involves providing context, practicing through sentences and dialogues, and using visual aids to illustrate their meanings. Mastery of phrasal verbs enhances learners' ability to understand and use natural, colloquial English.