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Have you noticed that the different parts make a body? Different branches make a tree and different people make a group?

So also, different parts of speech make a phrasal verb. The words that make a phrasal verb may be prepositions, adverbs or verbs.  These two or three come together to form a phrasal verb and that is why phrasal does not have an ordinary meaning.

For example, the word blow in is a combination of verb (blow) and preposition (in) to make a phrasal verb blow in. Apart from the formation of a phrasal verb, it does not also have a literal meaning but figurative meaning; that is, it cannot be understood from the ordinary meanings of the words that make it.

In the light above, the word blow in means arrive or enter a place abruptly. It does not really mean blow. Also, the word take in means deceive or to be pregnant. It does not really mean to take something inside or in.

In this lesson, we learnt that a phrasal verb is simply a combination of a preposition or an adverb and lexical verb. Mathematically, a lexical verb plus preposition or adverb is equal to a phrasal verb. Therefore, a phrasal verb serves as an idiomatic expression as its meaning is non-literal. We shall continue in the next lesson.

Script 2

The tree has different examples such as Tick, Ose, Obese and on; the group of people has different examples such as small group, medium-sized group and large group.

A phrasal verb has different examples with their meanings. Some of the examples and their meanings are stated below.

Back down is to admit that one is wrong; back out is to fail to fulfill a promise; back up is to support; bite back is to caution oneself from expressing something like secret or bad

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statement; blow out is to put out my wind; take off is to leave the ground and rise; give up          is to abandon the attempt to do something and  give out is to come to an end, be exhausted

We can still have more examples and their meanings

Give in is to allow oneself to be defeated, overcome by somebody or something; give away is to give something free of charge; give back is to return or restore; take down is to   write down; take off is to remove; take in is to deceive; take away is to lessen/weaken or diminish; buy off/over is to bribe; call off is to cause not to take place and come through is to become what is expected or to continue to live after something dangerous.

In this lesson, we have learnt that a phrasal verb have different examples and their meanings, combining prepositions, adverbs or verbs.

Script 3

Do you know that everyone gives a report every day? As a student, if someone sends you an errand, you come back to the person and give him a feedback.

As the head of an association, who attended a meeting where certain issues were discussed, it is important to give the members of association or club the feedback of the meeting. The account of events that occurs there and pieces of information you give your members are called a report.

The events/reports should be written sequentially. For example, we report to our parents, the junior police officer gives a report to his boos, a junior worker gives a report to his boss and the commercial driver gives a report to the owner on a daily basis.

For example, all senior prefects of schools in a town or a local government hold a meeting where certain issues that can improve their academic pursuits are discussed; a piece of composition or information delivered/given to their various students is a report. There are reports of a sports event, a police report, a report of a meeting, minutes of meetings, etc.

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In this lesson, we have learnt that a report is an account of an event which has occurred or an action that has taken place in the past. It is said to be a piece of composition which presents actual information. We shall discuss steps to writing report writing.

 Script 4

Do know that heaven and earth are created step by step?  A storey building has a staircase done step by step for people to easily climb. For any plan to be successful in life, it must be done step by step. So also, for a report to be well written, it must be done step by step.

The first step is to write the title of the event. The title must be catching and informational. The title may be written in capital letters all through or the initial letters of the content words must be written in capital letters.

The second step is to write an introductory paragraph that must consist of the place, the date, the time, the characters and the reasons for an event.

The next step is to write the body of the report where the ideas or the issues should be developed paragraph by paragraph.

The next step is to write a conclusion where to sum up and form a judgment about issues. The conclusion may be in form of advice on how the problem can be tackled.

The last step is to write full name and designation. It usually appears at the right side of the event. This step consists of full name and designation.

In this lesson, we have learnt that for a report writing to be successful, it must consist of the title, introduction, body of the report, conclusion and full name.

 Script 5

Every single word has at least one syllable word. We have one syllable; we have two syllables and we have more than two syllables. ‘Ade’ is one syllable; ‘teacher’ is a two-syllable and ‘pacify’ is a three-syllable word. ‘Ade’, ‘teacher’ and ‘pacify’ that have patterns are word stress.

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The word ‘come’ is one syllable word which is called a monosyllable; the word ’mother’ is a two-syllable word which is called a disyllable or bisyllable. The word ‘minimum’ is a three-syllable word which is called polysyllable.

When you pronounce one syllable word, you place stress on the first letter but when you pronounce two-syllable words and three-syllable words, the tress pattern determines the syllable pronounced louder than others.

In this lesson, we have learnt that word stress is the pattern in which a word that has more than one syllable is supposed to be pronounced.

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