Really Learn 100 Phrasal Verbs for business

Really Learn 100 Phrasal Verbs for business

Learn 100 of the most frequent and useful phrasal verbs in the world of business.

Format: Paperback

A self-study book that presents one phrasal verb on one page. Examples and exercises show the most important meanings and the situations in which it is most commonly used.

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-431696-5
  • Pages: 128
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 234x156 mm

You can choose the phrasal verbs you want to focus on and work through the book in any order. The Reference Key with answers makes this ideal for self-study.

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Key features

  • Study examples of each verb as it's really used
  • Check the meaning and the grammar of the verb
  • Practise using each verb in the exercises
  • Build vocabulary with related business words, synonyms, and opposites
  • Test progress with the review pages
  • Check the Reference Key for answers, meanings, and extra grammar tips


Each of the 100 phrasal verbs is introduced, explained, and practised in the same way.

Page title. This shows the general form of the phrasal verb with important grammatical information. For example, break something down (into something).

Study. Example sentences show the usual contexts for the phrasal verb and all the possible grammar patterns.

Check. Using the example in the Study box students check they understand the meaning of the verb and the grammar patterns.

Practise. 'Exercises' practise using the verb. The answers are in the Reference Key.

Build Your Vocabulary. Extra information about the phrasal verb such as related nouns or adjectives, synonyms and opposites, other meanings of the verb, or verbs with similar or related meanings help develop vocabulary.

The Revision and Review pages in the centre of the book look at the meaning of the particles used with phrasal verbs or group verbs into themes. Exercises helps students review what they have learned and give exam practice.