Test the meaning of pull out, pull through, pull up and pull off
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Phrasal verbs: PULL 1
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Nadal has had a recurrence of his hamstring injury and has ................. the Australian Open.
pulled out of
Question 1 Explanation:
pull out: withdraw
The car ........................... at the side of the road to ask directions from a pedestrian.
Question 2 Explanation:
pull up: slow down and stop
Edward had a lot of financial problems but with hard work he was able to ..............
Question 3 Explanation:
pull through: overcome a problem
He needed to swim 100m breastroke in less than 1:00. After 2 months extra training he ............
pulled off it
pulled it off
pulled it up
Question 4 Explanation:
pull off: achieve something difficult
The car suddenly ................. from the car park and I had to break very hard to avoid it.
Question 5 Explanation:
pull out: to move out from a static position
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