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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Go 4

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 ahead

The head examiner stood at the front of the exam room, looked at his watch, and then told the candidates to go ahead and
  1. stop writing
  2. open their exam booklets
  3. start cheating
more about this phrasal verb: go ahead

2. go away (1)

The old man told the kids to go away because
  1. they were annoying him
  2. he wanted to talk to them
  3. he didn't want to go by himself
more about this phrasal verb: go away (1)

3. go away (2)

The pain went away because I had
  1. cut my foot
  2. taken some medicine
  3. a really bad headache
more about this phrasal verb: go away (2)

4. go into

Stan didn't want to go into the problems he was having in his marriage, so he
  1. changed the subject
  2. described them in detail
  3. got a divorce
more about this phrasal verb: go into

5. go on (1)

If someone comes up to you and says "What's going on?", they want to know
  1. what time it is
  2. what's happening
  3. where you're going
more about this phrasal verb: go on (1)

6. go on (2)

Jim couldn't go on climbing the mountain. He had to
  1. slow down
  2. keep climbing
  3. stop climbing
more about this phrasal verb: go on (2)

7. go on (3)

The street lights go on at 6 o'clock, so at 5.30 they
  1. are still off
  2. are going off
  3. are getting off
more about this phrasal verb: go on (3)

8. go on (4)

When Harry gave his speech, he went on a bit. People started to look
  1. shocked
  2. interested
  3. bored
more about this phrasal verb: go on (4)

9. go up

If the cost of living is going up, most things are getting
  1. more expensive
  2. less expensive
  3. too expensive
more about this phrasal verb: go up

10. go without

We'll have to go without certain things for a while because we're
  1. making more money
  2. making less money
  3. making better money
more about this phrasal verb: go without

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