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Prepositional and Phrasal Verbs

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Prepositional and Phrasal Verbs

Fill in the gaps with the suitable preposition.
1-Look  that girl. She's gorgeous!
2-I'm thinking  taking a language course.
3-You're right. I absolutely agree  you.
4-It's getting late.We can't wait  you much longer.
5-She doesn't depend  her parents' money.
6-He worries  his future.
7- Listen  your parents' advice.
8-Thanks  your precious help.
9-He's going to apply  a new job.
10-Can I speak  you alone?
Choose the right option to replace the words in italics.
1-It began to rain so we cancelled the match.
called off
carried on
got off
2-I asked him if he wanted to remove his coat.
put on
put out
take off
3-Sally resembles her mother, doesn't she?
looks at
looks like
looks after
4-His new novel will be published next summer.
come in
come out
go out
5-He resigned from his job when the truth about his past became known.
gave up
gave back
went out
6-That's a good idea but I need time to meditate about it.
run over
think over
get over
7-The World War I  began in 1914.
broke down
broke into
broke out
8-We never discovered why the accident happened.
tried on
found out
worked out
9-You must search the meaning of these words in the dictionary.
look at
look on
look up
10-A good friend will always support you.
stand for
stand by
turn down