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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Bring

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1. bring about

The new manager wants to bring about changes because he thinks the company has been run
  1. very well
  2. very smoothly
  3. very poorly
more about this phrasal verb: bring about

2. bring back (1)

After you've travelled around China, will you bring back
  1. by plane?
  2. some souvenirs?
  3. home again?
more about this phrasal verb: bring back (1)

3. bring back (2)

Seeing pictures of her with her father brought back lots of
  1. tears
  2. old memories
  3. elderly relatives
more about this phrasal verb: bring back (2)

4. bring forward

The conference has been brought forward a week. It was going to be on July 10, but now it'll be on
  1. July 3
  2. July 15
  3. July 17
more about this phrasal verb: bring forward

5. bring off

Everyone thought Simone would lose the game, and then she brought off
  1. a big loss
  2. a great victory
  3. a weak effort
more about this phrasal verb: bring off

6. bring on

If I drink warm beer, it brings on
  1. a heart attack
  2. a headache
  3. a brain wave
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7. bring out (1)

When will your company be bringing out
  1. your new headquarters?
  2. your new product line?
  3. your new manager?
more about this phrasal verb: bring out (1)

8. bring out (2)

The reason we are such good friends is that we bring out the
  1. best in each other
  2. worst in each other
  3. faults in each other
more about this phrasal verb: bring out (2)

9. bring up (1)

Kareem and Nada have just been married, and they're already reading books on how to bring up
  1. their future children
  2. their income
  3. their new house
more about this phrasal verb: bring up (1)

10. bring up (2)

While she was in the meeting, Judy brought up
  1. her proposal
  2. her handbag
  3. her breakfast
more about this phrasal verb: bring up (2)

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