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Phrasal Verbs




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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - set 1
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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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Complete the sentences using one of these phrasal verbs in the correct form:

break down = stop working

close down = go out of business

drop out = stop taking part in something

show up = appear / arrive

clear up = get better

doze off = fall asleep

move in = start living in a house, apartment, building, etc.

Example:
Sorry I'm late.� The car broke down on the way here.
  1. I arranged to meet Jane after work last night, but she didn't .��
  2. "We've bought a new house."� "Oh, you have?� When are you ?"
  3. There used to be a store on the corner, but it �a year ago.
  4. I ran in a marathon last week but �after 15 miles.
  5. I was very sleepy.� I was sitting in an armchair and .
  6. The weather is terrible outside, isn't it?� I hope it �later.�

Complete the sentences using a word from "List A" and a word from "List B".� You need to use some words more than once.
List A:

along

away

back

forward

out

up

List B:

at

of

to

with

Example:
You're walking too fast.� I can't keep up with you.
  1. My vacation is almost over.� Next week I'll be �work.
  2. We've nearly run �money.� We hardly have any left.
  3. Martin isn't very happy in his job because he doesn't get �his boss.
  4. I love to look �the stars in the sky at night.
  5. Are you looking �the party next week?
  6. There was a bank robbery last week.� The robbers got �$30,000.�

Complete the sentences using one of these verbs in the correct form + it / them / her / you:

cross out

give away

make up

see off

fill out

give back

show around

turn down

Example:
They gave me an application�form and told me to fill it out.
  1. If you make a mistake on the test, just .
  2. The story she told you wasn't true.� She .
  3. I don't like people who borrow things and don't .
  4. Kate is going to Italy tomorrow night.� I'm going to the airport to .
  5. I had a lot of toys that I didn't want to keep, so I �to my neighbor.
  6. Would you like to see�the new office?� Would you like me to ?
  7. Theresa was offered a job as a secretary, but she .

Complete the sentences.� Use the word in parentheses with one of the following:

that book

your cigarette

a blouse

the radio

a word

it

it

them

him

Example:
Don't throw away that book.� I want to keep it.� (away)
Or
Don't�throw that book away.� I want to keep it.� (away)
  1. "Do you want this ball?"� "No, you can throw .� (away)
  2. Shh! The twins are asleep.� Don't wake .� (up)
  3. We can turn .� Nobody is listening to it.� (off)
  4. Tony got very upset and started shouting.� I tried to calm .� (down)
  5. I tried �in the clothing store, but it was too expensive.� I couldn't buy it.� (on)
  6. Please put .� This is a no-smoking area.� (out)
  7. You can look �in a dictionary if you don't know what it means.� (up)