MAKING HEADWAY Phrasal Verbs and Idioms

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Phrasal Verbs
and Idioms

Graham Workman
Oxford University Press

Making Headway

Phrasal Verbs
and Idioms
Graham Workman

Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press
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ISBN 0 19 435509 8
O Oxford University Press 1993

First published 199 3
Third impression 1996

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Foreword 4
Introduction 5
Introductory unit 7
Getting down to work 1 3
Looking round a flat 19
Healthy body, healthy mind 2 4
A place of your own 2 9
Getting away from it all 3 3
Family relationships 38
You are what you wear 4 3
A narrow escape 4 8
Getting on in life 5 3
A nightmare journey 59
What's in the news? 6 4
Across a crowded room 70
Tapescripts 76
Answer key 88

Students of English realize very early on in their learning career that
prepositions present a problem. They collocate with nouns. adjectives.
past participles, and verbs, without rules or logic. Students simply have to
learn that interested is followed by in, and good is followed by at. and g...