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Phrasal verbs

Quiz by María Gracia Grijalva Larrea

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  • Q1
    What does the phrasal verb 'run out' mean?
    To give up on something
    To get out of a situation
    To run quickly
    To use or consume all of something
    30s
  • Q2
    What does the phrasal verb 'take off' mean?
    To not show up for an appointment
    To put on clothing or an object
    To remove clothing or an object quickly
    To stay in a place for a long time
    30s
  • Q3
    What does the phrasal verb 'put up with' mean?
    To tolerate or endure something
    To put something at a higher position
    To put something away
    To put something on display
    30s
  • Q4
    What does the phrasal verb 'bring up' mean?
    To bring something along
    To bring something down
    To bring something closer
    To mention or raise a topic
    30s
  • Q5
    What does the phrasal verb 'break down' mean?
    To break something into smaller pieces
    To break a promise or agreement
    To break a record
    To stop working or functioning properly
    30s
  • Q6
    What does the phrasal verb 'look forward to' mean?
    To observe something with curiosity
    To look ahead and plan for the future
    To feel excited or eager about something in the future
    To search for something in the distance
    30s
  • Q7
    What does the phrasal verb 'take up' mean?
    To pick up something from the ground
    To start a new activity or hobby
    To take something along with you
    To take something to a higher level
    30s
  • Q8
    What does the phrasal verb 'catch up' mean?
    To reach the same level or position as someone else
    To catch a glimpse of something
    To catch someone doing something wrong
    To catch something with your hands
    30s
  • Q9
    What does the phrasal verb 'look after' mean?
    To seek and try to find something
    To look in a particular direction
    To take care of or be responsible for someone or something
    To carefully observe and examine something
    30s
  • Q10
    What does the phrasal verb 'break up' mean?
    To break a promise or agreement
    To end a relationship or a gathering
    To break a record or achieve a milestone
    To break something into pieces
    30s

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