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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Make

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1. make into

Reality TV shows have made lots of normal people into
  1. beautiful people
  2. famous people
  3. real people
more about this phrasal verb: make into

2. make of (1)

If someone says to you, "What did you make of that movie?" they want to know
  1. how much money you made from it
  2. what you thought of it
  3. how much it cost to make
more about this phrasal verb: make of (1)

3. make of (2)

My little sister is a very good tennis player, and we're looking forward to seeing what she makes of
  1. her success
  2. her abilities
  3. her competitions
more about this phrasal verb: make of (2)

4. make off with

After robbing the bank, the thieves made off with
  1. a lot of money
  2. their getaway car
  3. the police as well
more about this phrasal verb: make off with

5. make out (1)

If you can't make out what's written on the board, you could try
  1. moving closer
  2. studying harder
  3. looking better
more about this phrasal verb: make out (1)

6. make out (2)

Young people often make out when they
  1. go to church
  2. go to job interviews
  3. go to parties
more about this phrasal verb: make out (2)

7. make out (3)

I have to make out a check, so I need to borrow
  1. your pen
  2. your money
  3. your checkbook
more about this phrasal verb: make out (3)

8. make up (1)

Justin's really good at making up stories. He could be
  1. a builder
  2. a make-up artist
  3. a script writer
more about this phrasal verb: make up (1)

9. make up (2)

I had a big fight with my wife this morning. We soon made up, so
  1. we're not speaking now
  2. I don't know what to do
  3. everything's fine now
more about this phrasal verb: make up (2)

10. make up for

Tim felt bad about getting angry and shouting at his girlfriend, so he made up for it by
  1. telling her not to make him angry
  2. saying they were both wrong
  3. giving her some flowers
more about this phrasal verb: make up for

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