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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Fall

Try this fun quiz to check your understanding of English phrasal verbs. To learn more about an individual phrasal verb, click on the "more about this phrasal verb" link.

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1. fall apart

You'll know that a book is falling apart if you can see
  1. its pages coming loose
  2. its sales aren't good
  3. it's not well-written
more about this phrasal verb: fall apart

2. fall back on

After his band broke up and his career in music ended, John had to fall back on
  1. his accounting degree
  2. a holiday in Europe
  3. his hobbies
more about this phrasal verb: fall back on

3. fall behind

All the other teams are falling behind Manchester United in the table, so Manchester United look like
  1. winning the title
  2. losing the title
  3. finding the title
more about this phrasal verb: fall behind

4. fall for (1)

If you fall for a scam that promises you millions of dollars if you help someone move money out of another country through your bank account, you will
  1. make lots of money
  2. lose lots of money
  3. save lots of money
more about this phrasal verb: fall for (1)

5. fall for (2)

Brian fell for the girl next door, so he
  1. went to hospital
  2. shouted at her
  3. married her
more about this phrasal verb: fall for (2)

6. fall off

In the hotel business, bookings always fall off in
  1. the high season
  2. the low season
  3. the holiday season
more about this phrasal verb: fall off

7. fall out (1)

Nigel knew his hair was falling out, and that in a year or two he would
  1. be bald
  2. be grey
  3. be thin
more about this phrasal verb: fall out (1)

8. fall out (2)

If two friends have fallen out over something, they are probably
  1. very clumsy
  2. not talking to each other
  3. looking for it
more about this phrasal verb: fall out (2)

9. fall over

If you fall over in the bathroom, you could
  1. hurt yourself
  2. bath yourself
  3. break yourself
more about this phrasal verb: fall over

10. fall through

Their plan to start a restaurant fell through, so they'll be
  1. delaying the opening
  2. opening it sooner
  3. doing something else instead
more about this phrasal verb: fall through

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