“The first of its kind in the world. Though there are a number of dictionaries of phrasal verbs in the market, no thesaurus dedicated to phrasal verbs is understood to have been brought out so far… It aims to help the users to be really fluent in English, with words and word groups rushing to their minds as they start saying something.” – The New Indian Express.
“It is intended to help advanced learners of English achieve command over phrasal verbs and also fine-tune their knowledge of synonyms and near-meaning of words.” – THE HINDU.
How does the Thesaurus of Phrasal Verbs help you build great fluency in English?
If you want your English to sound as natural as that of a native speaker of English, there’s an important thing you should do: Achieve a fluent command of phrasal verbs.
This book is intended to help you do this.
The head-entries in this thesaurus are all phrasal verbs. Every day, pick up a few head-entries (phrasal verbs) and browse through the words and word groups listed under each. These words and word groups are the synonyms, near-synonyms and other vocabulary items related to the head-entries.
This browsing work will help you in three ways: First, the browsing work connects the phrasal verb (head-entry) in your mind with the words and word groups under it. Second, each word/word group (listed under a head-entry) helps you think of the head-entry (phrasal verb) from a different angle, and so the browsing work helps you get a clear idea of the entire meaning-field of each head-entry (phrasal verb). Third, the browsing work relates the words and word groups under each head-entry with one another through their common relationship to the phrasal verb (head-entry) – and thus strengthens your vocabulary-manipulation power.
So here’s a great book that can help you achieve an excellent command not only of phrasal-verbs, but also of their synonyms and near-synonyms – and thus a fluent command of English. In a way that dictionaries of phrasal verbs can’t.
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