Test phrasal verbs with CRY

Exercise: cry out, cry out against, cry off, cry down, cry out for

 

Test the meaning of CRY - phrasal verbs

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Question 1
Look at these flowers! They are .....................  water. It hasn't rained for two months.
A
crying out against
B
crying out for
C
crying out
D
crying off
Question 2
All the football teams ................................... the plans to play games on Sunday afternoon.
A
cried off
B
cried out against
C
cried out for
D
cried on
Question 2 Explanation: 
cry out against = protest
Question 3
Martha is a bit of a crybaby, she ...............................
A
cries out a lot.
B
cries out for changes.
C
cries a lot for nothing.
D
cries off all the time.
Question 4
The meeting with the president was postponed because he had to ............ due to the earthquake.
A
cry out
B
cry from
C
cry off
D
cry down
Question 5
The parents are not happy with the traffic near the school. They are .............  new traffic lights so the children can cross the road safely.
A
crying out against
B
crying off
C
crying out for
D
crying down
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Here’s a link to phrasal verbs with CRY, including cry out against, cry off and cry down.   There are more lessons with other verbs in the Phrasal Verb Index   it includes run and  think. If you want you can  practise by doing these exercises.

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