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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Go 2

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. go after (1)

The police went after the guy in the BMW because he
  1. had an expensive car
  2. had stopped his car
  3. went through a red light
more about this phrasal verb: go after (1)

2. go after (2)

Several top teams went after Benaldo because he was
  1. too old to play
  2. a great player
  3. too expensive for them
more about this phrasal verb: go after (2)

3. go beyond

The building's construction period went beyond the two years originally scheduled. It took
  1. over two years
  2. under two years
  3. about two years
more about this phrasal verb: go beyond

4. go down (1)

The temperature in a desert usually goes down quickly
  1. after midday
  2. after sunset
  3. after sunrise
more about this phrasal verb: go down (1)

5. go down (2)

The court's ruling didn't go down too well. Most people
  1. didn't like it
  2. didn't mind it
  3. didn't object to it
more about this phrasal verb: go down (2)

6. go down (3)

The sun goes down
  1. in the early morning
  2. in the late afternoon
  3. whenever it wants to
more about this phrasal verb: go down (3)

7. go out

The girls are going out, so they're getting into
  1. their party dresses
  2. their work uniforms
  3. their birthday suits
more about this phrasal verb: go out

8. go through (1)

I had to go through all the boxes of old books I had in the shed to
  1. make room for some more
  2. find the book I wanted
  3. make some money
more about this phrasal verb: go through (1)

9. go through (2)

It's hard to imagine what people go through when they
  1. win a Nobel prize
  2. get a haircut
  3. suffer from a mental illness
more about this phrasal verb: go through (2)

10. go under

If a company goes under, its workers will
  1. lose their jobs
  2. get smaller bonuses
  3. have to work harder
more about this phrasal verb: go under

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