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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Turn

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. turn around

The new CEO says he can turn the company around and make it
  1. profitable
  2. bankrupt
  3. legal
more about this phrasal verb: turn around

2. turn down (1)

You should turn down the television if
  1. it's too light
  2. it's too loud
  3. it's too soft
more about this phrasal verb: turn down (1)

3. turn down (2)

The judge turned down Billy's appeal for early release from jail, so he went
  1. back home
  2. back to jail
  3. to the movies
more about this phrasal verb: turn down (2)

4. turn into

In the traditional story, at midnight Cinderella's carriage turned into
  1. a one-way street
  2. a giant pumpkin
  3. a solar-powered car
more about this phrasal verb: turn into

5. turn off

We should turn off all our appliances when we aren't using them in order to
  1. waste energy
  2. save energy
  3. use energy
more about this phrasal verb: turn off

6. turn on

You can turn your mobile phone on again after you have
  1. bought your ticket
  2. entered the cinema
  3. left the cinema
more about this phrasal verb: turn on

7. turn out (1)

Make sure you remember to turn out
  1. the computer
  2. the air conditioner
  3. the lights
more about this phrasal verb: turn out (1)

8. turn out (2)

If the favourite horse wins, the race will have turned out
  1. as most people expected
  2. as few people expected
  3. as nobody expected
more about this phrasal verb: turn out (2)

9. turn up (1)

Kareem turned up the TV because he'd been finding it
  1. hard to see
  2. difficult to understand
  3. boring to watch
more about this phrasal verb: turn up (1)

10. turn up (2)

They turned up at the hotel one morning and asked
  1. if they could get a room
  2. about their booking
  3. for their room key
more about this phrasal verb: turn up (2)

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