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What are phrasal verbs? 

Phrasal verbs are non-literal phrases that convey figurative meaning.
For example when someone ‘hangs out’ with their friends, they aren’t literally hanging; instead, they are spending time with their friends.  When a criminal ‘comes clean’ they aren’t less dirty; rather, they have decided to confess to all their crimes! 

Why does one need to know about phrasal verbs? 

If you want to sound more like a native speaker,
or you want to use lexis that takes your vocabulary use up a notch,
then you HAVE to have a good working understanding of phrasal verbs.

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