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"The negative side of the American Dream comes when people pursue success at any cost, which in turn destroys the vision and the dream "

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    Phrasal verb or Idiom

    (02:13:44 AM 26/03/2014)

     

    What's the difference between a 'phrase', an 'idiom', a 'phrasal verb', a 'saying', an 'aphorism', etc.?

     

    What is difference between a "phrase" and an "idiom", and what are "proverbs" and "phrasal verbs"?

    I don't think it's very important to know the differences between these. The important thing is to learn as much as you can, whether it be idioms, phrasal verbs, or whatever.

    - "Phrase" can really describe any collection of words.

    - An "idiom" is a phrase that has a specific meaning, different than you would expect based on the individual words. Look at these examples: http://www.phrasemix.com/englishphrases/tag/idioms

    - "Proverbs" are famous sayings that include some kind of advice. Here's a site with some examples: http://en.proverbia.net/proverbs.asp

    - "Phrasal verbs" are verbs that are made of more than one word. Something like "get over (something). " Here are a lot of examples: http://www.phrasemix.com/englishphrases/tag/phrasal-verb

     

     

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