Learn a new english phrasal verb each time you open a new tab.
Phrasal verb frenzy is a simple extension which replaces the new tab page with a randomly selected phrasal verb, along with its meaning and examples of use. Phrasal verbs are an important part of the English language. They are widely used by native speakers but can be quite tricky for learners. Now with the help of Phrasal verb frenzy you can surf the web and learn at the same time!
Some useful information:
A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and a particle (either an adverb or a preposition) that together have a meaning different from the verb alone.
Transitive phrasal verb - a phrasal verb that requires an object e.g. I gave up smoking four years ago.
Intransitive phrasal verb - a phrasal verb that can't take a direct object e.g. Do not give in. These phrasal verbs are always inseparable.
Some phrasal verbs can be transitive or intransitive depending on their meaning. For example:
They gave up the search when it got dark. (transitive, it means "They stopped the search when it got dark.")
OK, I give up, you win. (intransitive, it means "I admit defeat, you win.")