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can someone suggest a source for phrasal verbs. i have exploring the world of english but that seems inadequate
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check this book, " Advanced vocabulary and Composition for O level" by Redsot publishers.
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@hazelnut how did you manage to do idioms,phrasal verbs and pair of words? right now I'm doing them from past papers (CSS +PMS). Do you think that would be sufficient or I need to consult some other source afterwards?
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can someone suggest a source for phrasal verbs. i have exploring the world of english but that seems inadequate
https://www.usingenglish.com/referen...erbs/list.html

Check this link.
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