Phrasal Verb – Hand in.

Meaning – To give something to someone in authority. You can hand your homework in to a teacher or a purse you’ve just found to a policeman.

  • This phrasal verb is separable.
  • “My homework is too difficult. Can I pick your brain later? I need to hand in my homework tomorrow!”

If you hand in your notice or hand in your resignation you are officially announcing that you are leaving your job.

  • “I handed my notice in last week. It is such a relief to finally leave this awful job!”

Hand in hand is an idiomatic expression that means to go or work closely together with someone or something. It can also refer to two things that occur simultaneously or in close proximity to each other. For example, “Economic growth and job creation often go hand in hand.

Have a hand in something is another idiom that means to be involved in something or to play a role in something. It implies that the person has some level of responsibility or influence in the matter. For example, “I had a hand in organizing the event” or “The company’s CEO had a hand in the decision-making process.”

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What is a phrasal verb?

phrasal verb is a verb combined with 1 or 2 small words. These small words are particles. A particle can be a preposition or adverb. The phrasal verb has a different meaning from the verb alone because the particle changes the meaning of the verb.

Some phrasal verbs can be separated. When we change the tense of the phrasal verb we only modify the verb part. The particle remains the same.

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