Top 100 Phrasal Verbs

Top 100 Phrasal Verbs
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Top 100 Phrasal Verbs

The English phrasal verbs are phrases consisting of a verb and a different word or two, usually a preposition but sometimes an adverb. Before starting to study Phrasal Verbs it is also necessary to learn them separately. For that reason, we would also recommend you to take a look at the Top 1000 English Words course to improve your vocabulary.

The importance of phrasal verbs

Learning phrasal verbs is so important because they used by native speakers so frequently that without using them, it is impossible to sound like a native speaker. You can't get away without phrasal verbs whether it is spoken, formal or informal, in writing. That is clearly obvious to us, it is less important to know something about a foreign language than to practice it in everyday life. Phrasal verbs must be studied (and regularly practiced), because most of them are idiomatic, in other words, you can not generate their meaning by only knowing the meaning of their words.

Why should we learn phrasal verbs in English?

  • Learning to correctly use phrasal verbs in a casual conversation will help you sound natural
  • They are an integral part of the English language spoken daily
  • It's useful to learn them so that you won't be so formal while you interact with someone
  • Learning phrasal verbs is great to increase your word power
  • Phrasal verbs are very common in most writing

You shouldn't worry about memorising loads and loads of them right now. However, get familiar with the idea of these phrases and consider the rest of the sentence, as well as the sentences before and after, for a general idea of what they mean. If you are speaking English frequently or reading English stories and books, idioms will get easier and easier for you.

It would be wise to be familiar with at least the top 100 phrasal verbs to use when speaking or even writing. Then, you can continue developing your English skills with VocApp's courses, for example, the Top 1000 English Words course. Start learning English with flashcards to see how easy and fun it is!