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A phrasal verb consists of a verb and A preposition or adverb that modifies or changes the meaning; 'give Up' is a phrasal verb that means 'stop doing' something, which is very Different from 'give'. The word or words that modify a verb in this manner can Also go under the name particle

Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups:

1.-Intransitive verbs

       These don't take An object
       They had an argument, but They've made up now.

2.-Inseparable verbs
       The object must come after The particle.
       They are looking After their grandchildren.

3.-Separable verbs
        With some separable verbs, the Object must come between the verb and the particle:
The quality of their work sets them apart from their Rivals.

In our phrasal verb dictionary, we classify these as Separable [obligatory] 

With some separable verbs, the object can before or after the particle, Though when a pronoun is used it comes before the particle:

Turn the TV off.
Turn off the TV.
Turn it off.

Basics of Conjunctions

Conjunctions are parts of Speech that connect words, phrases, clauses, or sentences. There are three Kinds of conjunctions: coordinatingcorrelatives, and subordinating.

Coordinating Conjunctions

Coordinating Conjunctions connect words or phrases that serve the same Grammatical purpose in a sentence. There are seven main coordinating Conjunctions in English, which form the acronym FANBOYS:

F: for: The teachers were frustrated, for the School had cut funding for all enrichment programs.*
A: and: In this course, I will write a literature review, a case Study, and a final paper.
N: nor: The students did not complete their homework, nor did They pass the test.
B: but: The study is several years old but still Valuable to this study.
O: or: At the end of the class, the students can choose to write an Essay or take a test.
Y: yet: The patient complained of chronic pain, yet she Refused treatment.
S: so: I have only been a nurse for one year, so I Have little experience with paper charting.

For is Rarely used as a conjunction in modern English. howeverand therefore can also function As conjunctions.

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