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  1. This delightful quiz game is perfect for teaching or revising phrasal verbs. A grid is drawn on the board with points at the top and verbs down the side. The students play a quiz game by guessing phrasal verbs from their definitions. The first student to raise their hand and give the correct phrasal verb wins that square for their team and the amount of points in the square. The team with the most points at the end is the winner. As an extension, when a student answers correctly, the team makes a sentence using the phrasal verb. If it is correct, they receive double points for the square.

  2. Thanks a lot for your beautiful and helpful article, its a great Idea to learn not only phrasal verbs but also new words.

  3. In this memorable teaching activity, students write sentences with phrasal verbs. The class is divided into small teams. The teacher writes a verb on the board. In their teams, students have five minutes to write as many sentences as they can, using the chosen verb as a phrasal verb. After five minutes, the teacher asks each team for their sentences. For each sentence where the meaning of the phrasal verb is conveyed correctly, a point is awarded. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.

  4. It depends on the definition of a phrasal verb. I think, that nowadays most scholars stick to the definition that the a phrasal verb simply consists of a verb and a preposition.

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