by Liz Walter
Phrasal verbs are never easy, but this post will explain some very common mistakes and show you how to avoid making them.
One thing that often causes problems is using another verb after a phrasal verb. Just as with one-word verbs, you need to know the pattern of the verb that follows. Probably the most common mistakes are with phrasal verbs that need an -ing verb after them:
I’m looking forward to seeing you soon.
I’m looking forward to see you soon. Continue reading “Common mistakes with phrasal verbs”