Phrasal verbs are verbs that consist of a verb and a particle (a preposition or adverb) or a
verb and two particles (an adverb and a preposition, as in get on with or look forward to).
They often– but not always – have a one-word equivalent.
They are extremely common in English and are found in a wide variety of
contexts. (songs, film titles, in newspaper headlines, etc.)
Master phrasal verbs
Practise make perfect.