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Can you please check these sentences on phrasal verbs? Thank you in advance.

1) Can I have two chops of lamb (or lamb chops?) and a roast chicken (or a chicken roast?)?
2)Our teacher will go over our mistakes during our afternoon’s revision course.
3)You’ll have to hand in your test by ten o’clock.I’d prefer to write it rather than tape it.
4) Can you check over these sentences for me, please?
5) She is good at putting her ideas over during oral tests.
6) Let me put down/note down your e-mail address on this slip of paper.

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    1) Can I have two lamb chops and a roast chicken?

    2) OK

    3) You’ll have to hand in your test by ten o’clock. I’d prefer to write it rather than tape it.

    4) OK

    5) She is good at getting her ideas across during oral tests.

    6) Let me write down your e-mail address on this slip of paper.

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