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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Mixed 1

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. allow for

If I had allowed for extra expenses like medical costs, I wouldn't have
  1. made a lot of money
  2. spent a lot of money
  3. run out of money
more about this phrasal verb: allow for

2. become of

Do you know what became of that girl Jane who used to work here? I haven't heard anything about her
  1. since yesterday
  2. for ages
  3. all day
more about this phrasal verb: become of

3. deal with

The best person to deal with a medical emergency would be
  1. a dealer
  2. a doctor
  3. a sick person
more about this phrasal verb: deal with

4. give away

If you give away a lot of money, most people will say you are
  1. a generous person
  2. a strange person
  3. a selfish person
more about this phrasal verb: give away

5. give back

You'll have to give the jacket back to whoever you
  1. bought it from
  2. sold it to
  3. borrowed it from
more about this phrasal verb: give back

6. kick out

Sarah was kicked out of the exam room because she
  1. needed to go to the toilet
  2. finished early
  3. tried to cheat
more about this phrasal verb: kick out

7. own up

After talking to his teacher, Jason has owned up to
  1. failing his exam
  2. passing his exam
  3. cheating in his exam
more about this phrasal verb: own up

8. read out

The judge read the statement out because he
  1. wanted everyone to hear it
  2. didn't want anyone to hear it
  3. couldn't understand it
more about this phrasal verb: read out

9. use up

If you've used up all your prepaid phone calls, you'll have to
  1. get a new phone
  2. make fewer calls
  3. top up your phone account
more about this phrasal verb: use up

10. watch out

Vivian told me to watch out because there was
  1. something interesting on TV
  2. a bull running straight at me
  3. an important message on my desk
more about this phrasal verb: watch out

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