Phrasal-prepositional verbs

Phrasal-prepositional verbs are made up of three parts: a verb, an adverb particle and a preposition. They are always transitive (have a direct object) and are often used in informal contexts. The adverb particle and the preposition cannot be separated, with the exception of the following verbs, which take a direct object after the verb :                                                            fix someone up with something , fob someone off with something , let someone in on something , put something down to something , put someone up to something, take something out on someone.

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