Phrasal verbs (also called idiomatic verbs) represent a large unit in English. We very often use them in everyday spoken English
and informal texts.
Phrasal verbs consist of a verb plus a preposition or particle. We can say they are in the closest relationship.
Remember that the particle change the meaning of the verb totally, e.g.:
a) break down
b) break into
c) break out
Below some of important examples of English phrasal verbs: