Phrasal Verbs exercise (1)

 

 

Exercise using Phrasal Verbs

A few quick exercise to show how Phrasal Verbs are used in less formal situations, they are usually preferred in spoken English

Phrasal Verbs (1) - exercises

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Question 1
change the verb in bold for a phrasal verb: Scientists are trying to discover how some exercise helps people to relax.
A
come up with
B
find out
C
turn out
D
look for
Question 2
change the verb in bold for a phrasal verb: My work occupies almost all my time
A
worries about
B
turns out
C
takes up
D
cuts off
Question 3
change the verb in bold for a phrasal verb: When we can determine why the car stopped suddenly, we'll be able to prevent it happening again.
A
turn out
B
cut off
C
work out
D
take up
Question 4
change the verb in bold for a phrasal verb: The new council are going to abolish the old law that allows smoking in the park.
A
get rid off
B
come to an end
C
turn out
D
work out
Question 5
change the verb in bold for a phrasal verb: When my contract terminated I didn't see my boss again before he died.
A
came to an end
B
turned out
C
cut off
D
worked out
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