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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - set 1
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Work & work skills - Picture description
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SUPER ENGLISH VERBS! PART 1:GET - 1 PAGE GRAMMAR-GUIDE (top 10 uses of ´get´; ´get´ as a phrasal verb with meanings and examples and collocations with ´get´)
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Phrasal Verbs & Key
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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - Set 2
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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - Set 3
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Exercise on Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs with 'down'

Complete the first part of the phrasal verbs. Use each verb only once.

  1. It's so hot in here! Could you  the heater down, please?
  2.  down, we don't have to run that fast!
  3. Be careful! I don't want you to  down the stairs.
  4. Why don't you  down and have a nice cup of tea with me?
  5. Could you  down your e-mail address? I want to keep in touch with you.
Complete the first part of the phrasal verbs. Use each verb only once.
  1. I am looking  my mobile. Have you seen it?
  2. Look  these kittens, aren't they cute?
  3. There are so many words in this text that I had to look  in the dictionary.
  4. I cannot go out tonight. I must look  my little brother.
  5. Are you looking  your holidays?
Phrasal Verbs with 'off'
Complete the first part of the phrasal verbs. Use each verb only once.
  1. It's so hot today. Why don't youoff your coat?
  2. Due to a lack of interest, we had to the meeting off.
  3. Oh no! Look, the wallpaper is  off!
  4. I stayed up to watch a film, but then I  off.
  5. Stop  off your knowledge of history.
  6. Damn, I couldn't  that stain off my favourite sweater.
  7. All the hard work finally  off.
  8. Would you please let me finish my thought? Don't  me off in the middle of a sentence.
Phrasal Verbs with 'come'
Complete the first part of the phrasal verbs. Use each verb only once.
  1. When I was reading the paper, I (found)  this article.
  2. How did this mess (happen) ?
  3. We were at a complete loss, and then Jane (produced)  a brilliant idea.
  4. His new novel will (be published)  soon.
  5. What it all (signifies)  is that you'll have to pay more for less.
  6. For the production of his new film, the actor (came here)  from the United States.
  7. Where did you (buy)  this old painting in the livingroom?
  8. Do you think oil prices will (be lower)  again?