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Phrasal verbs such as "to tell off", "to turn up", "to get on", and "to pull out" are multi-word versions of other verbs. They have evolved through a more casual use of the English language; heard in common usage by native speakers. It is no more or less correct to use these phrasal verbs than to use their more formal equivalent. For example, "to pull out" is the same as "to withdraw", but the latter is less commonly used in plain speech. In the Transitive Separable form of a phrasal verb, the two parts (verb and particle) can not be separated. In an Intransitive form, the two parts are put together, and not followed by the direct object (a noun or proper noun). Finally, in the Transitive Inseparable form, the noun or pronoun come after the verb, i.e., "It went over well."