Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Go 1

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1. go about

You need to think about how to go about something

a. before you do it

b. after you've done it

c. instead of doing it

2. go along with

Linda nearly always goes along with whatever her husband says because she doesn't like

a. arguing with him

b. agreeing with him

c. going with anyone else

3. go back

We had such a great holiday in Bali last year that we've decided to go back

a. to last year

b. around next year

c. again this year

4. go by

If you're waiting at a bus stop and your bus goes by, it

a. stops to pick you up

b. doesn't stop to pick you up

c. stops, but you don't get on

5. go off (1)

During the storm, every light in the house suddenly went off so we

a. replaced the globes

b. lit some candles

c. turned them back on

6. go off (2)

Land mines are terrible because they go off if anybody, even a child, accidentally

a. steps on them

b. shoots them

c. fires them

7. go off (3)

If you look in your friend's fridge and find leftover pizza that's going off, you should tell him to

a. eat it quickly

b. give it away

c. throw it away

8. go over (1)

I have to go over this report to

a. make it secure

b. check for errors

c. save on paper

9. go over (2)

Before the exam, you should go over

a. your notes

b. your memory

c. your teacher

10. go over (3)

Angelina's first performance in the role of Lady Macbeth went over very well. The audience stood up and

a. booed

b. clapped

c. walked out

1. go about - You need to think about how to go about something: a) before you do it b) after you've done it c) instead of doing it

2. go along with - Linda nearly always goes along with whatever her husband says because she doesn't like: a) arguing with him b) agreeing with him c) going with anyone else

3. go back - We had such a great holiday in Bali last year that we've decided to go back: a) to last year b) around next year c) again this year

4. go by - If you're waiting at a bus stop and your bus goes by, it: a) stops to pick you up b) doesn't stop to pick you up c) stops, but you don't get on

5. go off (1) - During the storm, every light in the house suddenly went off so we: a) replaced the globes b) lit some candles c) turned them back on

6. go off (2) - Land mines are terrible because they go off if anybody, even a child, accidentally: a) steps on them b) shoots them c) fires them

7. go off (3) - If you look in your friend's fridge and find leftover pizza that's going off, you should tell him to: a) eat it quickly b) give it away c) throw it away

8. go over (1) - I have to go over this report to: a) make it secure b) check for errors c) save on paper

9. go over (2) - Before the exam, you should go over: a) your notes b) your memory c) your teacher

10. go over (3) - Angelina's first performance in the role of Lady Macbeth went over very well. The audience stood up and: a) booed b) clapped c) walked out

Contributor: Matt Errey