Theorie:

Study the information about phrasal verbs. Type 2, verb + particle (transitive).
 
Let’s compare two types of phrasal verbs.
 
1. We can use prepositions after Type 1 verbs. We cannot separate the preposition from the verb:

I am looking at the camera.

2. We can separate the adverb particle from Type 2 and put it immediately after the noun object.

She gave away her books or

She gave her books away.
 
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3. If the object is a pronoun, we cannot put the particle in front of it.

Give it away.
 

Type 2. Particles that extend the verb.

Study the examples where a single particle can strengthen or extend the meaning of a verb.

The scarecrow frightened the birds away. (‘away’ means ‘distance’)
  
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I was holding my hat and the wind snatched it away. (‘away’ means ‘detachment’)

I got a cloth and wiped away the coffee I had spilled. (‘away’ means ‘disappearance’)
 
 
  
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Put these dishes away. (‘away’ means ‘tidying’)

The particle often ‘extends’ the meaning of the phrasal verbs.
 
Quellen:
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L.G Alexander. Longman English Grammar practice for intermediate students- Harlow:Longman, 296p.