What Are Phrasal Verbs?
'Phrasal verbs' are verbs that are formed by combining a main verb with one or more particles, such as adverbs or prepositions. As a result, they are known as phrasal verbs. Look at the examples:
Forming Phrasal Verbs
Third Person Singular Verb
The third-person singular '-s' is added to the verb part of the phrasal verb. For example, you say picks up not pick ups, saves up not save ups. Check these examples out: