اذهب الى الأسفل


مُساهمة  rafai في الجمعة 30 أبريل 2010 - 12:00



Choose the suitable phrasal verbs from the list to replace the words in italics. Make any necessary changes .

put on / put off / wake up / hand out / make up / look up / pick up / turn off / take off / write down

1. The baby got up because of the ringing of the telephone.
o The baby woke up because of the ringing of the telephone

The teachers distributed the prizes among the best students.
3. Please, would you lift these old newspapers from the floor?
4. You should remove your shoes in the mosque.
5. The police inspector took down the witnesses’ names and addresses in his notebook.
6. The little boy only invented the complete story.
7. They decided to delay their wedding party because of the death of the bride’s grandfather.
8. She forgot to switch off the radio.
9. Please, search for this word in the dictionary!

Exercise 2
Match the phrasal verbs and the meanings .

to give out
2. to turn out
3. to fade away
4. to sit down
5. to give up
6. to speak out
7. to rise up

  • A. to take a seat
  • B. to speak boldly, freely and

  • C. to distribute
  • D. to revolt
  • E. to produce
  • F. to deliver or allow to pass to
    someone else

  • G. to disappear or die gradually

Exercise 3

Fill in each blank with the right phrasal verb from the list making the necessary changes .

set up take after turn down look forward to look up let down

1. “We are really __________ seeing you again.”
2. I’ll have to __________ your plan because it is not convincing.
3. The company should __________ some new branches all over the country.
4. I don’t know this word. Can you __________ it ______ in your dictionary?
5. Don’t worry! He will not __________ you ______ because he is very reliable person.
6. Sue really __________ her mother; she has the same eyes, nose and hair.

Exercise 4

Match the phrasal verbs and the definitions.
1. to get on with somebody.
2. to look after someone/something
3. to pick up something
4. to set off
5. to find out
6. to turn down
7. to tell off
8. to fall for

to come across someone/something

A. to leave on a journey
B. to refuse an offer or the person who makes it
C. to speak to someone angrily because he/she has done something wrong
D. to meet or find someone/something by chance
E. to have a friendly relationship with someone
F. to fall in love with someone
G. to learn something without formal lessons
H. to get some information by asking or studying
I. to be responsible for or take care of someone/something

Exercise 5

Fill in each blank with the right phrasal verb from the list making the necessary changes .

turn down look after get on with pick up come across

1. “I want to go back to work if I can find somebody to __________ ______ my little daughter,” Susan told her neighbour.

2. James’s son, Joe, __________ ______ a lot of Italian by playing with the
local children.

3. Kate __________ ______ well ______ her colleagues at work.

4. Jean asked Ron to marry her but he __________ her ______.

5. I __________ ______ this old Swiss clock at a thrift shop downtown.


Exercise 1. up = woke up

= handed out

3.did you lift=did you pick up

4.remove = take off

down= wrote down

= made out.

7.delay= put off

8.switch off= turn off for a word= look it up in a dictionary

1.Give out= distribute turn out = E. to produce fade away = G. to disappear or die gradually sit down =. to take a seat give up = F. to deliver or allow to pass to someone else speak out = B. to speak boldly, freely and plainly rise up = D. to revolt


Exercise 3

1. looking forward to
2. turn down
3. set up
4.look it up

5.let you down
6. takes after

Exercise 4
1. E.
2 .I
3. G
4. A.
5. H.
7. C.
8. F

1.look after
2.pick up
3. gets on well with
4. turned her vdown
5.came across


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