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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Mixed 8

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. agree with

Living near the sea must agree with me. Since moving here, I've
  1. hardly ever been sick
  2. often been sick
  3. constantly been sick
more about this phrasal verb: agree with

2. cut down

If you want to lose weight, you should cut down on
  1. exercise
  2. sweet and fatty foods
  3. fruit and vegetables
more about this phrasal verb: cut down

3. factor in

When you calculate the production costs, you'll need to factor in
  1. wages and salaries
  2. hopes and dreams
  3. plusses and minuses
more about this phrasal verb: factor in

4. grow on

Lee said she didn't like the apartment when she first moved in, but she says it's grown on her, so
  1. she still doesn't like it
  2. she likes it now
  3. she wants to sell it
more about this phrasal verb: grow on

5. move over

After I got on the bus, a boy on the back seat moved over so I could
  1. sit down
  2. stand up
  3. get through
more about this phrasal verb: move over

6. note down

I always note down a new customer's name
  1. before I know it
  2. before I remember it
  3. before I forget it
more about this phrasal verb: note down

7. pass up

Julian passed up the chance to study at Oxford University because he
  1. wasn't clever enough
  2. wanted to study at Cambridge
  3. failed the entrance exam
more about this phrasal verb: pass up

8. remind of

When I saw my new neighbour, she reminded me of my sister. They
  1. like each other
  2. look like each other
  3. don't look like each other
more about this phrasal verb: remind of

9. see to

I asked Sophie to design a poster for the next seminar and she said she'd see to it
  1. right away
  2. after the seminar
  3. and tell me if she could do it
more about this phrasal verb: see to

10. touch on

In his speech, Karl touched on the issue of human trafficking and spoke about it for
  1. a minute or two
  2. nearly an hour
  3. a really long time
more about this phrasal verb: touch on

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