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Phrasal Verbs (Fill-in)

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It's time to test the knowledge of phrasal verbs!

What are they? Well, what I can tell you about them is: they are funny!

For example, take the word "Look". Alone, what does it mean? I'm sure you know what it means.

1. He looks at me all the time!

But what does it mean when we add "down on" to it? Something totally different - it means "to despise"!

1. He looks down on people who don't have expensive jewellery.

This test is rather advanced so if you're a beginner, please take another one.

So, good luck and have fun!

 


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About
On
Out
Up With
Across
Forward
Up With
With
Without
Up
Along
Away
Off
Through To

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