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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Let

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1. let down (1)

James felt that he'd let his parents down when he
  1. failed his university exams
  2. graduated from college
  3. got a good job
more about this phrasal verb: let down (1)

2. let down (2)

Letting the mattress down was much easier than
  1. getting it up
  2. letting it up
  3. blowing it up
more about this phrasal verb: let down (2)

3. let go of

Before the boy went into the operating room at the hospital, his mother had to let go of his
  1. registration form
  2. doctor
  3. hand
more about this phrasal verb: let go of

4. let in

The guards wouldn't let us in the courtroom, so we had to
  1. wait inside
  2. stay outside
  3. go inside
more about this phrasal verb: let in

5. let off (1)

The judge let Sammy off with a warning because he thought
  1. it was a very serious crime
  2. it wasn't a serious crime
  3. Sammy should go to jail
more about this phrasal verb: let off (1)

6. let off (2)

When the kids started letting off their fireworks, it was
  1. quite peaceful
  2. really noisy
  3. very sad
more about this phrasal verb: let off (2)

7. let out (1)

I told my kids they must never let the birds out of
  1. their food
  2. their cage
  3. the sky
more about this phrasal verb: let out (1)

8. let out (2)

The lion stood majestically on the hill, surveying his kingdom, and then let out an earth-shattering
  1. squeal
  2. belch
  3. roar
more about this phrasal verb: let out (2)

9. let out (3)

They needed to make more money, so they decided to let out their
  1. spare bedroom
  2. spare time
  3. spare cash
more about this phrasal verb: let out (3)

10. let up

If the wind lets up, the yachts will
  1. speed up
  2. slow down
  3. go under
more about this phrasal verb: let up

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