Phrasal verb exercise: PULL 2

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Pull ahead, pull away, pull together, pull down

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Phrasal verbs: PULL 2

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Question 1
I tried to hold the dog but it ............. from me and ran into the garden.
A
pulled ahead
B
pulled down
C
pulled away
D
pulled back
Question 1 Explanation: 
pull away: escape, release itself
Question 2
After the scored two goals the manager decided to ............ an extra player in defence.
A
pull away
B
pull back
C
pull down
D
pull ahead
Question 2 Explanation: 
pull back: go back from an advanced position
Question 3
The boss .......................... all the posters from the wall.
A
pulled down
B
pulled together
C
pulled up
D
pulled ahead
Question 3 Explanation: 
pull down: remove from a high position
Question 4
The old shoe factory .......................... , now it's a car park.
A
was pulled down
B
pulled down
C
was pulled away
D
pulled away
Question 4 Explanation: 
passive is necessary pull down: break into pieces, destroy ( a building)
Question 5
After running the last lap together, James just managed to .......... of Ralph in the last 20 metres.
A
pull down
B
pull away
C
pull together
D
pull ahead
Question 5 Explanation: 
pull ahead: go in front by moving faster
Question 6
All the political parties agreed to .............. to save the country from economic disaster.
A
pull together
B
pull down
C
pull away
D
pull ahead
Question 6 Explanation: 
pull together: work to achieve a common aim
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