Phrasal verbs exercises
Theses exercises give you the ability to practice phrasal verbs .They also include examples from National exams since 2008.
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Choose the right meaning for these phrasal verbs
- We dropped in to see Amal when we were in kenitra yesterday
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Do you know what became of that girl Jane who used to work here? I haven’t heard anything about her?Correct
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The best person to deal with a medical emergency would be a doctorCorrect
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If you give away a lot of money, most people will say you are a generous personCorrect
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Sarah was kicked out of the exam room because she tried to cheatCorrect
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The judge read the statement out because he wanted everyone to hear itCorrect
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Fill in the Blanks with the right preposition
- I’ve looked (up)my purse everywhere, but I still haven’t found it
- The plane took (off) the ground.
- they asked us to turn the radio (down) Because it was too load
- He hasn't got (over) the shock of his bad mark yet
- I sat (down) until tow o'clock in the morning to finish my essay
- she looked (after) My dog for me while I was away on holiday
- she broke (down) When she heard the bad news.
- They will Come (into) a Lot of money the old man dies.
- hasnaa is a fantastic mimic. You should see her when she takes (after) Her teachers.
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FILL THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PHRASAL VERB (Samples from the national exams )
look up - turn down - hand out – take off – take care - set up
1. Mrs Baker couldn’t find someone to (take care)of her grandmother during her absence.
2. Because of the heavy rain, the plane couldn’t (take off)
3. In my view, you shouldn’t (turn down)such a well paid job.
set up – come back – calm down – loo up – fill in – apply forI need to (fill in)this application form. I want to (apply for)a visa in Canada. I’m going to study management there and I hope to (set up)a new business when I (come back) to Morocco
look after – put off – stand for – look forward to – bring about – find out
1. The aim of the Family Code in Morocco is to (bring about)changes in the social conditions of women.
2. I (look forward to)seeing you again next summer.
3. Have you tried to (find out)how this machine works?
4. The initials WHO (stand for) World Health Organisation.
stand for – fill in – bring about – look up – get off – apply for
1. The father encouraged his son to (apply for) another job.
2. The letters VIP (stand for) Very Important Person.
3. The new initiative tries to (bring about) changes in education.
stand for – write down – bring about – look up – look after – apply for – get on
1. When students find very difficult words in a text, they can (look) them (up) in a dictionary.
2. John asked his friend to (apply for) the job advertised in the newspaper.
3. The government has introduced a new plan to (bring about) important changes in education.
4. Ali: what does NGO (stand for) ? Hamid : it’s Non Governmental Organisations
look up – turn down – look after – set off
1. Mrs. Smith is looking for someone to (look after)her baby when she is at work .
2. She couldn’t (turn down) the job she was offered a week ago.
put up – pick up – make up – look up
1. Don’t believe what he says. She likes to (make up)stories.
2. It’s difficult to (put up)with the noise in big cities.
turned down – came across – found out – picked up – told off
- . My cousin (picked up) Italian when he was working in Milan.
- I (came across)an old classmate at the supermarket yesterday
picked up – found out – grew up – went through – turned down
1. Jane was accepted to work in a bank but she (turned down) the job because the salary was not good.
2. My uncle Brahim (picked up) American accent when he was working in the USA.
make up – bring about – go through – turn down – keep on
- Connecting schools to the internet will certainly (bring about) important changes in education.
- “I’ll be back in a few minutes. Just (keep on) working,” the teacher said
Look after - calm down - call for - turn up - look up
- when you are reading a text , it isn't necessary to (look up) every new word in the dictionary.
- Many NGO's often (call for) laws to protect children from violence
give up - go through - pick up - find out - put up
- I need to (find out) why my daughter’s mark are so bad this semester .
- Did you (pick up) any Amazigh words during your stay in Tafraout?
look down - look after - turn down - take after - come back
- Leila will be late for the party this afternoon because she needs to (look after) her little sister. She says she will join us when her parents (come back) from the dentist's.
- Our teachers intend to (set up) a new English club.
make up - put on - set up
- I really don’t (agree with) him on this point.
turn down - agree with - look after
turns down – goes through – calms down - comes back - breaks down
- Tim: What does your father do when his car (breaks down)
- David: Guess what? He gets very furious and starts shouting. But he soon (calms down) and calls a mechanic.