|Phrasal verbs are an integral part of the English language. They are something that we use everyday both in our writing and speaking.
Verbs which require an object in a sentence are called Transitive Phrasal Verbs.
e.g. He looks after his three children.
John looked at the newspaper.
Can you turn off the fan?
Verbs which do not require an object in a sentence are called Intransitive Phrasal Verbs.
e.g. The trees are growing up.
The bus broke down.
This is too fast. Can you slow down?
Verbs whose words are separated to use in different places.
e.g. George switched the light off.
My mother has to clean this mess up.
He paid the money back.
Verbs whose words are not separated to use in different places.
e.g. Before the exam, let’s go over the English Grammar.
I’m looking forward to our vacation in UK.
Smith needs to take back the shirt he lent you.