Saturday, October 31, 2020

Can You Pass This Phrasal Verbs Quiz

 

Phrasal verbs Quiz



1. It can take over a month to get ____ an illness like that.
A) up
B) over 
C) out

2. The referee called ____ the game because of the weather.
A) off 
B) back
C) forth

3. I can always count ____ you to help me in an emergency.
A) toward
B) out
C) on

4. Before I travelled to Paris, I brushed ____ my French.
A) up on
B) off
C) aside

5. He really takes ____ his father in looks.
A) up with
B) after
C) back

6. She’s set the alarm clock to go ____ at 6am tomorrow morning.
A) off
B) out
C) up

7. I don’t know how she puts ____ his bad behaviour.
A) by
B) in for
C) up with

8. Make sure the sales agreement is properly drawn ____.
A) out
B) on
C) up

9. Can you tell us how this situation came ____?
A) round
B) about
C) down on

10. Don’t wait ____ for me. I may be back very late.
A) up 
B) on
C) with

11. I didn’t want to go skiing, but Peter talked me ____ it.
A) up to
B) onto
C) into

12. The project fell ____ because we couldn't get enough money from the bank.
A) away
B) through
C) out

13. Prices vary widely. Always shop ____ before you buy.
A) about
B) above
C) around

14. We have to pitch ____, if we’re going to finish it on time.
A) in
B) by
C) around

15. Drop ____ my office if you’re passing.
A) off
B) by
C) over

16. I blew ____ a balloon, but then it burst.
A) up
B) out
C) off

17. I’m trying to cut ____ on salt and sugar.
A) in
B) up
C) down

18. If you keep on doing that you'll end ____ in prison.
A) on
B) up
C) down

19. I don't understand why you don’t get ____ well with your colleagues.
A) along
B) around
C) down

20. The office workers tried to cover ____ the mistake.
A) up
B) in
C) with

As or Like? Quiz

1. Steve looks nothing _____ his father. A) as B) like