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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Put 1

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1. put aside (1)

Squirrels collect nuts and put them aside
  1. so more trees will grow
  2. for their grandchildren to inherit
  3. so they'll have food in winter
more about this phrasal verb: put aside (1)

2. put aside (2)

Can we put that question aside for now and
  1. come back to it later?
  2. answer it straight away?
  3. never consider it again?
more about this phrasal verb: put aside (2)

3. put back (1)

Somebody forgot to put the milk back in
  1. the bottle
  2. the cow
  3. the fridge
more about this phrasal verb: put back (1)

4. put back (2)

The meeting was going to be on Tuesday, but we've had to put it back to
  1. the following Thursday
  2. the previous Friday
  3. the day before
more about this phrasal verb: put back (2)

5. put off

The concert has been put off
  1. until a later date
  2. for a cheaper price
  3. to a better concert hall
more about this phrasal verb: put off

6. put out (1)

After we had put out the fire, we
  1. watched it burn
  2. cleaned up the mess
  3. used a match to light it
more about this phrasal verb: put out (1)

7. put out (2)

If having us stay at your house is putting you out, we can
  1. stay even longer
  2. invite our friends as well
  3. go to a hotel instead
more about this phrasal verb: put out (2)

8. put together (1)

If you're putting together a model or a kit, it's good idea to read
  1. the newspaper
  2. the rules
  3. the instructions
more about this phrasal verb: put together (1)

9. put together (2)

The fashion designer Popo is busy putting together her
  1. latest boyfriend
  2. spring collection
  3. stunning legs
more about this phrasal verb: put together (2)

10. put up with

The workers in the factory had been badly treated for a long time and they couldn't put up with it any more, so they
  1. worked harder
  2. went on strike
  3. talked about it
more about this phrasal verb: put up with

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