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Sunday, August 06, 2017

Phrasal Verbs and 101 examples of Onomatopoeia

           The following is a list of 'Phrasal Verbs' and '101 examples of onomatopoeia' collected from the internet and sent to the blog by Sri. Ram Das Vallikkaattil.
Phrasal Verb
            A phrasal verb is a verb followed by a preposition or an adverb; the combination creates a meaning different from the original verb alone. The phrasal verb list here contains a phrasal verb, its  meaning and an example sentence in one row which will really be useful for the teachers and students of High School and Higher Secondary classes.

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 Onomatopoeia

         Onomatopoeia is a word that imitates or suggests the source of the sound that it describes. Onomatopœia (as an uncountable noun) refers to the property of such words. Common occurrences of onomatopœias include animal noises, such as "meow" or "roar".
Sri. Ram Das Vallikkaattil
H.S.A. English
National High School,
Kolathoor,Malappuram
By Rajeev Joseph

16 comments:

  1. link is not connecting to the section.

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  2. Sir, This is really very useful for all the teachers.Wish you all the best

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  3. It's very helpful to study phrasel verbs
    Thanks a lot

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  4. Recognize the verb in a few sentence is necessary to understand what that statement stands for.

    Phrasal Verbs Exercise

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  5. Why are phrasal verbs useful in the IELTS exam, both in Speaking and in Writing ? The main reason is that it shows off your vocabulary and it lets your examiner know that you can use complex words to explain your essay or answer.

    phrasal verbs dictionary

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  6. Good effort. But many of the popular phrasal verbs are not seen included...put up , put across , go for ,please Include more and get the list enriched......SUNANDAN , PALAKKAD

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