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									               Do your students have problems with phrasal verbs?

Dear teacher,

Do your students struggle with phrasal verbs? If so, you’re probably looking for
an effective way to identify and explain the most important ones to them.

Now it’s easy, thanks to:

                    Really Learn 100 Phrasal Verbs - *New Edition*
                                         and
                     Really Learn 100 More Phrasal Verbs - *New*


The tried and tested Really Learn 100 Phrasal Verbs formula is:-
- Study examples of each verb as it’s really used.
- Check that you understand the meaning and the grammar.
- Practise using each verb in the exercises and check your answers.
- Build vocabulary with related words, synonyms and opposites.
- Revise groups of verbs and test yourself using the 10 Review pages.
- Use the Key for meanings, extra grammar tips and answers to exercises.

These two new books are
• Even easier to use, thanks to their improved, simpler format.
• Ideal for self-study.
• Perfect for students preparing for exams like First Certificate and Cambridge
Advanced.

The enclosed flyer has a sample page from Really Learn 100 Phrasal Verbs for you
to photocopy and use in class. You can also put the flyer up on the wall if you
want to recommend these titles to your students – it has handy tear-off strips
which students can take away to remind them to buy the books.

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You can always trust Oxford to help you out with your grammar problems. The
Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary helps students understand over 7,000 common
British and American phrasal verbs, while the Oxford Idioms Dictionary explains
more than 10,000 of the most frequently used idioms in English today. To find
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both dictionaries.


Yours sincerely,


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