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Phrasal Verbs

Heard Of

Heard Of – to find out something about someone or something; to learn about something or someone

  • I heard of the book. I heard it is very good
  • We hard of the new mall that opened in town.
  • The girls heard of new treatment, that can cure cancer.
  • My mother heard of a new restaurant, that she wants to go to for lunch.
  • I heard of the electric car, but I do not have money to buy one.
  • Have the children heard of the new teacher?
  • Have you heard of the new kind of phone coming out this fall?
  • Carry On

    Tie In

    Kick Out

    Kick In

    Turn Away

    Ask Around

    Blow Someone Away

    Blow Up

    Break Down

    Bear With

    Burning Up

    Chip In

    Catch On

    Cut It Out

    Call Around

    Check Out

    Cheer Up

    Clean Up

    Dress Up

    Drop In

    Drop Out

    Draw Up

    Do Something Over

    Eat Out

    Fall Off

    Fall Short

    Fall Behind

    Fill Out

    Find Out

    Get Back

    Get You

    Get Along

    Get Up

    Go Over

    Hang Out

    Heard Of

    Keep Away

    Keep On

    Keep Out

    Keep Up

    Kick Back

    Look For

    Look After

    Look Out

    Look In On

    Mark Down

    Mix Up

    Move On

    Pass It On

    Pay Off

    Wake Up

    Phrasal Verbs With "Get"

    Push Over

    Pull Off

    Put Off

    Put Though

    Run Into

    Run Out

    Stand By

    Stuck Up

    Talk Shop

    Take After

    Turn Down

    Telephone Phrasal Verbs