The next few meetings of the English Grammar Club at Window on America in Kherson will be devoted to the difficult but necessary topic Phrasal Verbs. This notion is unusual for us, but we cannot study English without it. A phrasal verb is a verb with one or several prepositions. Unlike verbs with dependent prepositions, they have a completely new meaning. It is sometimes impossible to guess what exactly such an expression means. We should understand them as a whole and just learn their meaning. We started with a common verb to do, paying specific attention to the most commonly used expressions: do away with, do… by, do down, do in, do without. At the next meeting, we will continue to practice the use of these expressions in speech.