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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Mixed 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. bump into

I bumped into my old friend Robert when I went to
  1. his house for dinner
  2. see him play basketball
  3. the supermarket this morning
more about this phrasal verb: bump into

2. drum up

A lot of famous musicians help charities and development projects by drumming up
  1. great new songs
  2. support from their fans
  3. greedy politicians
more about this phrasal verb: drum up

3. fill out

Our cable TV company is doing a viewer survey, and they want us to fill out this
  1. questionnaire
  2. TV guide
  3. new show
more about this phrasal verb: fill out

4. hang up

After I've washed my shirts, I hang them up
  1. in the drawer
  2. in the cupboard
  3. in the clothes basket
more about this phrasal verb: hang up

5. lead to

Smoking cigarettes can lead to
  1. excellent health
  2. lung cancer
  3. sweet-smelling breath
more about this phrasal verb: lead to

6. pick out

Before you buy the car, you'll have to pick out
  1. some money
  2. a colour
  3. your driver's licence
more about this phrasal verb: pick out

7. rule out

My son has ruled out a career as a doctor because
  1. he hates the sight of blood
  2. he thinks he'd be good at it
  3. he doesn't get sick very often
more about this phrasal verb: rule out

8. stamp out

The taxation department is trying to stamp out
  1. tax forms
  2. tax returns
  3. tax evasion
more about this phrasal verb: stamp out

9. tell apart

John and his father sound the same when they speak, so I can't tell them apart when they
  1. walk into a room
  2. send me emails
  3. answer the phone
more about this phrasal verb: tell apart

10. work on

Michael wants to be a world-class footballer, so he's working on
  1. his favourite players
  2. the gym every day
  3. his ball-control skills
more about this phrasal verb: work on

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