Phrasal Verbs – Fill the blank exercise

 What are phrasal verbs? A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb + preposition (or adverb). This preposition or adverb part of a phrasal verb is called the particle: Verb + particle Typically, the meaning of a phrasal verb is usually not obvious when we look at the...

Take for vs. Take for granted

What is the difference between take for and take for granted? Take for is a phrasal verb. Take for granted is an idiom. They have different meanings. Let’s look at the meaning of each one with example sentences. The phrasal verb TAKE FOR The idiom TAKE FOR...

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