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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 seconds Okay, now you have probably noticed that there are some words in here with bold, okay? What I would like you to do, is have a look at this table. Here you have the words, the same words, and here you have some definitions. I would like you to match the words and the definitions. What kind of words are these? Phrasal verbs, very good. And there are three types of phrasal verbs. So first one, no object. Second one, object in the end. Third one, object in the end or in the middle. It doesn’t matter.

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