Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Go 3

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1. go against

Which action goes against nearly every legal code or system that human beings have created throughout history?

a. killing animals

b. polluting the environment

c. not paying taxes

2. go around (1)

Ian hates his new haircut, so he's going around

a. his barber

b. the corner

c. in a hat

3. go around (2)

If there isn't enough pizza to go around, we'll have to

a. turn it around

b. order some more

c. cook it again

4. go for (1)

When they compete at the Olympic Games, the athletes are going for

a. a nice holiday

b. the free meals

c. the gold medals

5. go for (2)

My friend Marcus is gay and he goes for men with dark hair, light-brown skin and brown eyes. If he's looking for a boyfriend, he should go to

a. Sweden

b. Mexico

c. the Netherlands

6. go for (3)

I had just left the club when these guys went for me, so I

a. thanked them for their offer

b. ran as fast as I could

c. had a nice chat with them

7. go for (4)

Those fake Rolex watches usually go for

a. budget-minded tourists

b. cheap gifts

c. around one hundred dollars

8. go together (1)

Larry thinks the shirt and tie don't really go together, so he decides to

a. throw them away

b. wear them together

c. wear another tie instead

9. go together (2)

If someone believes that great beauty and great intelligence don't often go together, they would be surprised to meet someone who was

a. beautiful but not intelligent

b. neither intelligent nor beautiful

c. both beautiful and intelligent

10. go with

If a pair of gloves goes with a gown, they

a. go out together

b. look good together

c. get along well together

1. go against - Which action goes against nearly every legal code or system that human beings have created throughout history?: a) killing animals b) polluting the environment c) not paying taxes

2. go around (1) - Ian hates his new haircut, so he's going around: a) his barber b) the corner c) in a hat

3. go around (2) - If there isn't enough pizza to go around, we'll have to: a) turn it around b) order some more c) cook it again

4. go for (1) - When they compete at the Olympic Games, the athletes are going for : a) a nice holiday b) the free meals c) the gold medals

5. go for (2) - My friend Marcus is gay and he goes for men with dark hair, light-brown skin and brown eyes. If he's looking for a boyfriend, he should go to: a) Sweden b) Mexico c) the Netherlands

6. go for (3) - I had just left the club when these guys went for me, so I: a) thanked them for their offer b) ran as fast as I could c) had a nice chat with them

7. go for (4) - Those fake Rolex watches usually go for: a) budget-minded tourists b) cheap gifts c) around one hundred dollars

8. go together (1) - Larry thinks the shirt and tie don't really go together, so he decides to: a) throw them away b) wear them together c) wear another tie instead

9. go together (2) - If someone believes that great beauty and great intelligence don't often go together, they would be surprised to meet someone who was: a) beautiful but not intelligent b) neither intelligent nor beautiful c) both beautiful and intelligent

10. go with - If a pair of gloves goes with a gown, they: a) go out together b) look good together c) get along well together

Contributor: Matt Errey