||FORM: VERB + DIRECT OBJECT + PARTICLE + PREPOSITION + OBJECT
||Can use a direct object with some prepositional verbs as well as an object of the preposition.
|Corrected Learner Example
||It is widely accepted that being a loyal and trusted individual means that the people around us can trust us or let us in on a secret. (Greece; C2 MASTERY; 2009; Greek; Pass)
|Uncorrected Learner Example
||Other phrasal prepositional verbs that can take a direct object after the verb are fix ? up with and put ? up to. There are no occurrences of these in the CLC. Other examples in the CLC that follow this form include put it down to chance/experience, take it out on someone but they are fixed expressions.