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domdomdu
Posted: Monday, December 2, 2019 8:52:01 AM

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I know there are many books of English phrasal books, and I'd like these kind of book:

1. A book which teaches regular verbs vs phrasal verbs at the same time to show how to extend English expression.
ex) 'to review' and 'to brush up on', 'to choose and to pick up'... etc.

2. A book which teaches such as: 'to pee' and 'have a pee', 'to cut' and 'make a cut'...etc.

I have some phrasal books, but they don't focus on teaching two ways to say the same meaning or their subtle differences like regular verbs and alternative phrasal verbs. They just teach me useful phrasal verbs in daily life, their meanings and example sentences for them.

Thank you!
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