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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Mixed 6

1. believe in

Danny doesn't believe in life after death. He thinks that death is

a. the end

b. not the end

c. the beginning

2. drop by

I'll drop by and

a. call you

b. text you

c. see you

3. give up (1)

Jenny had failed her driving test six times, but she didn't give up. She said she would

a. ride her bicycle instead

b. try again

c. keep on failing

4. hear of

Nearly everyone in England has heard of Wayne Rooney. They

a. have seen him on TV

b. have met him

c. know him well

5. Look out!

If someone yells "Look out!" at you, it's probably because you are

a. staring at them

b. about to get hurt

c. frightening them

6. point out

If you think it's important to point something out, please go ahead and

a. say something

b. make something

c. take something

7. speak up (1)

We asked him to speak up a little because he was

a. speaking too softly

b. speaking too loudly

c. speaking too much

8. think up

I don't want to go to the party, so I'll have to think up

a. the truth

b. an excuse

c. an illness

9. try on

You should try on a pair of jeans before you

a. buy them

b. wear them

c. design them

10. yell out

You'll need to yell out to someone if they are

a. right next to you

b. across the road

c. ten miles away

NB: you can also print this quiz on paper.

1. believe in - Danny doesn't believe in life after death. He thinks that death is: a) the end b) not the end c) the beginning

2. drop by - I'll drop by and: a) call you b) text you c) see you

3. give up (1) - Jenny had failed her driving test six times, but she didn't give up. She said she would: a) ride her bicycle instead b) try again c) keep on failing

4. hear of - Nearly everyone in England has heard of Wayne Rooney. They: a) have seen him on TV b) have met him c) know him well

5. Look out! - If someone yells "Look out!" at you, it's probably because you are: a) staring at them b) about to get hurt c) frightening them

6. point out - If you think it's important to point something out, please go ahead and: a) say something b) make something c) take something

7. speak up (1) - We asked him to speak up a little because he was: a) speaking too softly b) speaking too loudly c) speaking too much

8. think up - I don't want to go to the party, so I'll have to think up: a) the truth b) an excuse c) an illness

9. try on - You should try on a pair of jeans before you: a) buy them b) wear them c) design them

10. yell out - You'll need to yell out to someone if they are: a) right next to you b) across the road c) ten miles away

Contributor: Matt Errey