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Mister Micawber It means most phrasal verbs are informal but there are still a lot of phrasal verbs are formal in writing and equal to the verbs which have the same meaning.-- Yes, many are.
What you meant was most phrasal verbs are informal or there are not a few phrasal verbs are formal in writing ?

Mister Micawber Only if they are casual; most of our English vocabulary is used in both written and spoken English.
you suggest that casual/conversational verbs should be less used in writing ?

No. They have different meanings. 'Catch sight of' is not informal.What is the difference ?

Mister Micawber As I thought always that all phrases were better than verbs/adverbs,I have realised I was wrong with the view.I guess,nevertheless,there are still not a few formal phrasal verbs better than verb/adverb in writing. For example, Look into,find out and come up with. These are informal phrases,and we should avoid using them in writing.Instead,replacing with investigate,discover and establish.-- Probably.
Probably is for either there are still not a few formal phrasal verbs better than verb/adverb in writing or I should avoid the phrases in writing and be replaced with the others ?

Mister Micawber Your quote is not formal writing. All writing is not formal writing. The text is an informal narrative. 'Without a worry in the world', 'at the wheel', and 'tailgating' are all informal phrases.
Yeah,It is like a narrative.The title of this text in examination goes :

(Section B: Continuous Writing)

Write a story beginning/ending with:

1) "It had been raining all day....."

or(ending)

2)"...If only I had been more careful,that wouldn't have happened"

If you are told to write an article/composition with the title as shown above.Would you use informal phrase,cliche and idiom in the writing such as 'Without a worry in the world', 'at the wheel', and 'tailgating','food for thought', "jump out of your skin",'Adrenaline surged through my vein',etc ?

What you meant was most phrasal verbs are informal or there are not a few phrasal verbs are formal in writing ?-- Both.

you suggest that casual/conversational verbs should be less used in writing ? -- That was not the thrust of my statement. 'Written' and 'spoken' are not the same as 'formal' and 'informal'. There are formal speeches and informal essays.

No. They have different meanings. 'Catch sight of' is not informal.What is the difference ?-- 'Catch sight of' = glimpse; see briefly

Probably is for either there are still not a few formal phrasal verbs better than verb/adverb in writing or I should avoid the phrases in writing and be replaced with the others ?- Neither; your statement was anomalous, since phrasal verb = idiomatic verb + adverb.

(Section B: Continuous Writing)

Write a story beginning/ending with: 1) "It had been raining all day.." or(ending) 2)"...If only I had been more careful,that wouldn't have happened"

If you are told to write an article/composition with the title as shown above.Would you use informal phrase,cliche and idiom in the writing such as 'Without a worry in the world', 'at the wheel', and 'tailgating','food for thought', "jump out of your skin",'Adrenaline surged through my vein',etc ?-- I see no title above; however. those beginning and ending lines are neutral with regard to register (neither formal nor informal). In writing an orginal composition, one should always avoid cliche; the use of idiom and an informal or formal register depends on the story line, the characters, and the atmosphere the writer wishes to convey.

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Mister Micawber Neither; your statement was anomalous, since phrasal verb = idiomatic verb + adverb.
Could you tell me what 'probably' means indeed ?

Mister Micawber I see no title above; however. those beginning and ending lines are neutral with regard to register (neither formal nor informal). In writing an orginal composition, one should always avoid cliche; the use of idiom and an informal or formal register depends on the story line, the characters, and the atmosphere the writer wishes to convey.
If you are writing a story as shown as the above title such as,

Write a story beginning with:

"It had been raining all day.."

In this case,in your view,are the uses of cliches, idioms and informal phrases acceptable in the story writing ?

Does story writing belong to general writing ?

In my opinion that general writing can be written with the uses of cliches, idioms and informal phrases .

What do you consider ?
Could you tell me what 'probably' means indeed?-- 'Probably' means 'I think so, depending on what your post meant'.

If you are writing a story as shown as the above title such as-- There is still no title that I see, sorry.

Write a story beginning with: "It had been raining all day.."In this case,in your view,are the uses of cliches, idioms and informal phrases acceptable in the story writing?-- I am answering your questions, but you just repeat them. Why? Here is the answer I gave you:
...those beginning and ending lines are neutral with regard to register (neither formal nor informal). In writing an orginal composition, one should always avoid cliche; the use of idiom and an informal or formal register depends on the story line, the characters, and the atmosphere the writer wishes to convey.

Does story writing belong to general writing ?-- Some of it does. Have you every read The Old Man and the Sea? Finnegans Wake?

In my opinion that general writing can be written with the uses of cliches, idioms and informal phrases .

What do you consider?-- 'Can be'? Do you mean 'it is possible'? Yes, of course. Much bad writing is full of them.
Mister Micawber There is still no title that I see, sorry.
The title is Write a story beginning with: "It had been raining all day.." actually.

Hence,The uses of cliche, idiom and an informal or formal register in story writing depends on the story line, the characters, and the atmosphere the writer wishes to convey. It means that the uses of that are acceptable in story writing,correct ?

Have you every read The Old Man and the Sea? Finnegans Wake? I have heard The Old Man and the Sea only and know the overview of it but haven't read it in whole;as for Finnegans Wake,I have not.

Are you recommending me the stories to read ?

Do you mean 'it is possible'? Yes, of course. Much bad writing is full of them.

Yes,I mean that if it is possible general writing can be written with the uses of cliches, idioms and informal phrases .

What do you imply by 'Much bad writing is full of them.'

Meaning that the uses of cliches, idioms and informal phrases in general writing are not good or... ?
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Could you reply my answer,please ?I know maybe I was too annoying with my question,but I just wanted to make sure if I was right.
I have already replied twice. I don't have the ability to help you understand.
Okay,I've got it.I will try my best to understand by my own.I would like to thank you a lot and faithfully for having helped me nicely,anyware.

I hope you could keep giving me a favour when I'm facing other English problems.THANK AGAIN.
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