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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Come 3

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1. come along (1)

There's no fixed schedule for the buses, but they come along
  1. every ten minutes or so
  2. into the bus stops
  3. if the traffic's very bad
more about this phrasal verb: come along (1)

2. come along (2)

Latifah's English is gradually coming along. Her English is
  1. perfect
  2. slowly getting better
  3. not improving
more about this phrasal verb: come along (2)

3. come along (3)

My little sister always wants to come along when I am
  1. watching TV
  2. doing my homework
  3. going out with my friends
more about this phrasal verb: come along (3)

4. come of

Sandra sent her CV to hundreds of companies, but nothing came of it and she
  1. found her dream job
  2. had lots of interviews
  3. is still looking for work
more about this phrasal verb: come of

5. come out (1)

At 7 a.m. on the day the new iPhones come out, our local Mac shop will be
  1. selling them
  2. buying them
  3. making them
more about this phrasal verb: come out (1)

6. come out (2)

The Minister wanted the findings of the corruption inquiry to come out because they showed he was
  1. guilty
  2. innocent
  3. corrupt
more about this phrasal verb: come out (2)

7. come up (1)

After his lecture, several members of the audience came up and
  1. went straight home
  2. stood there clapping
  3. shook his hand
more about this phrasal verb: come up (1)

8. come up (2)

The issue of national security came up
  1. during the debate
  2. from deep underground
  3. all around us
more about this phrasal verb: come up (2)

9. come up (3)

If the opportunity to study for free in a top university came up, most people would be
  1. very disappointed
  2. very suspicious
  3. very interested
more about this phrasal verb: come up (3)

10. come up against

After Harvey had come out in public as a gay man, he came up against a lot of
  1. prejudice
  2. support
  3. acceptance
more about this phrasal verb: come up against

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