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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Mixed 4

1. bump into

I bumped into my old friend Robert when I went to

a. his house for dinner

b. see him play basketball

c. the supermarket this morning

2. drum up

A lot of famous musicians help charities and development projects by drumming up

a. great new songs

b. support from their fans

c. greedy politicians

3. fill out

Our cable TV company is doing a viewer survey, and they want us to fill out this

a. questionnaire

b. TV guide

c. new show

4. hang up

After I've washed my shirts, I hang them up

a. in the drawer

b. in the cupboard

c. in the clothes basket

5. lead to

Smoking cigarettes can lead to

a. excellent health

b. lung cancer

c. sweet-smelling breath

6. pick out

Before you buy the car, you'll have to pick out

a. some money

b. a colour

c. your driver's licence

7. rule out

My son has ruled out a career as a doctor because

a. he hates the sight of blood

b. he thinks he'd be good at it

c. he doesn't get sick very often

8. stamp out

The taxation department is trying to stamp out

a. tax forms

b. tax returns

c. tax evasion

9. tell apart

John and his father sound the same when they speak, so I can't tell them apart when they

a. walk into a room

b. send me emails

c. answer the phone

10. work on

Michael wants to be a world-class footballer, so he's working on

a. his favourite players

b. the gym every day

c. his ball-control skills

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1. bump into - I bumped into my old friend Robert when I went to: a) his house for dinner b) see him play basketball c) the supermarket this morning

2. drum up - A lot of famous musicians help charities and development projects by drumming up: a) great new songs b) support from their fans c) greedy politicians

3. fill out - Our cable TV company is doing a viewer survey, and they want us to fill out this: a) questionnaire b) TV guide c) new show

4. hang up - After I've washed my shirts, I hang them up: a) in the drawer b) in the cupboard c) in the clothes basket

5. lead to - Smoking cigarettes can lead to: a) excellent health b) lung cancer c) sweet-smelling breath

6. pick out - Before you buy the car, you'll have to pick out: a) some money b) a colour c) your driver's licence

7. rule out - My son has ruled out a career as a doctor because: a) he hates the sight of blood b) he thinks he'd be good at it c) he doesn't get sick very often

8. stamp out - The taxation department is trying to stamp out: a) tax forms b) tax returns c) tax evasion

9. tell apart - John and his father sound the same when they speak, so I can't tell them apart when they: a) walk into a room b) send me emails c) answer the phone

10. work on - Michael wants to be a world-class footballer, so he's working on: a) his favourite players b) the gym every day c) his ball-control skills

Contributor: Matt Errey