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On, off, of
| look look out give give up put put away|
|Transitive verbs||-My car broke down last week.|
-Tom doesn't want to get up.
#1) -Put away your shoes.
#2) -Put your shoes away.
#2) is compulsory with a pronoun:
|pay off|| |
The rocket lifted off at 6 am.
| Switch on (> light)|
Switch off (> no light)
He's just taken on a new secretary
She is trying on a pair of glasses
|An earthquake took place off the coasts of Japan.|
|Off||Our street is off the main road.|
They could see the cliffs of Dover about 2 miles off.
|Of||A cup of coffee.|
The city of London.
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