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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Pull

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1. pull down (1)

After the apartment building had been pulled down, it was
  1. a little shorter than before
  2. more expensive to rent
  3. a big pile of rubble
more about this phrasal verb: pull down (1)

2. pull down (2)

After undoing his belt, Tony pulled down
  1. his leg
  2. his trousers
  3. his shirt
more about this phrasal verb: pull down (2)

3. pull off

Carlos was a brilliant jewellery thief. He pulled off some of the world's most amazing
  1. robberies
  2. necklaces
  3. detectives
more about this phrasal verb: pull off

4. pull on

Joshua heard the car horn blow out front, but before running out he grabbed his wallet and pulled on
  1. his glasses
  2. his jacket
  3. his cell phone
more about this phrasal verb: pull on

5. pull out (1)

After our company pulled out of the deal, we all
  1. packed our bags and went home
  2. worked hard to make it succeed
  3. continued the negotiations
more about this phrasal verb: pull out (1)

6. pull out (2)

If you're pulling out in front of other cars, you should always
  1. have your handbrake on
  2. have your indicator flashing
  3. have your horn blowing
more about this phrasal verb: pull out (2)

7. pull over

I'll pull over as soon as I see somewhere
  1. to park
  2. to turn
  3. to overturn
more about this phrasal verb: pull over

8. pull through

If our sick grandpa pulls through, we'll organize
  1. a quiet funeral
  2. a big party
  3. a memorial service
more about this phrasal verb: pull through

9. pull up (1)

Our gardener spent most of the day pulling up
  1. leaves
  2. weeds
  3. insects
more about this phrasal verb: pull up (1)

10. pull up (2)

If you're driving along and you have to pull up suddenly, put your foot on
  1. the accelerator
  2. the brake pedal
  3. the road
more about this phrasal verb: pull up (2)

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