Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary for Learners of English


A clear, accessible dictionary to help students with this essential aspect of English.
Key features

    * The dictionary gives students the information they need both to understand and to make active use of nearly 6,000 common British and American phrasal verbs.
    * The exceptionally clear design of the dictionary makes it very easy to use.
    * The main section of each entry contains a clear definition of the meaning of each phrasal verb. A defining vocabulary of less than 3,000 words keeps the definitions simple and easy to understand.
    * Corpus-based examples show how phrasal verbs are used in current English. These provide useful models to follow.
    * The entries include related nouns, adjectives, and idioms which are derived from the phrasal verb (such as the noun 'break-up' from the verb 'to break up').
    * Stress is shown on each phrasal verb to encourage correct pronunciation.
    * Usage notes dealing with common problems help learners avoid typical mistakes.
    * Full information is given on the grammatical pattern of each phrasal verb.
    * Common subject and object collocates used with the verb are included. Students can draw on these for their own active use.
    * Synonyms and opposites are given to help learners build their vocabulary.
    * The dictionary contains study pages which give students further guidance on learning and using phrasal verbs, and photocopiable exercises which can be used for classroom or individual practice.
    * At the back of the dictionary is an invaluable guide to the meaning of the adverbs and prepositions which are used to form phrasal verbs.



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