Spend a bit of time conversing with a native English speaker, and you´ll discover a whole new set of  "verbs", with their own meanings, called phrasal verbs. A phrasal verb is a base verb combined with a preposition or an adverb, or sometimes both. They tend to be informal and are used more commonly in spoken English. With some exceptions, there is often a more formal word with the same meaning in written English. For example: Spoken: He was put off by her rude behaviour. Written: He was sickened by her rude behaviour. Sometimes a phrasal...
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