Learn a Phrasal Verb the same way English natives do. Don't learn them the wrong way. Forget about memorizing one phrasal verb after another.
It's time to put aside some time for learning phrasal verbs! In English, some phrasal verbs, such as "put aside," have more than one meaning. Check out this American English at State graphic to learn the multiple meanings of "put aside" and other phrasal verbs with the verb "put." What other phrasal verbs with "put" do you know? #AmericanEnglish
Look at this! Did you know there are many phrasal verbs in English that begin with the verb "look"? Look at this American English at State graphic to learn some of them: look up, look on, look in (on), look for, look ahead, look forward to, look through, look out, look to. Can you think of any other phrasal verbs that begin with the verb "look"? Full-sized image can be seen via https://www.canva.com/design/DAA39DPxqRA/bKzt0qqS7QpywOqBEtNC0w/view