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Multiple choice gaps fill Phrasal Verbs

1. Get ___ (get out of bed)
up
on
get on refers to boarding a bus or having a good relationship with someone.
2. Wake ___ (stop sleeping)
up
at
wake at doesn´t exist.
3. Go ___ (clubbing or leave the house)
out
on
go on means to continue.
4. Stay ___ (not sleep or not go to bed)
up
around
stay around means to remain in a place or to sleep in somebody´s house.
5. Carry ___ (continue)
on
for
Carry for doesn´t exist.
6. Get ___ (move from place to place)
around
into
Get into means to start liking something.
7. Tidy ___ (pick things up off the floor or to clean up)
up
in
Tidy in doesn´t exist.
8. Make ___ (go/head in a direction)
for
up
make up is to invent a piece of information or to make peace.
9. Put ___ (tidy up)
away
on
put on refers to dressing oneself.
10. Wash ___ (clean the dishes)
up
about
Wash about doesn´t exist.
11. Set ___ (Start a journey)
off
up
Set up means to start or open a business
12. Hurry ___ (go faster)
up
out
Hurry out doesn´t exist
13. Get ___ (escape)
out
for
Get for doesn´t exist
14. Look ____ to (be excited about)
forward
out
Look out to doesn´t exist
15. Catch ___ with (get to the same point as)
up
on
Catch on means to understand something suddenly
16. Find ___ (discover information)
out
in
 Find in doesn´t exist
17. Make ___ (invent information)
up
out
Make out is to make something seem to be true
18. Go ___ (choose)
for
in
Go in is to enter
19. Take ___ (assume control)
over
out
Take out is to withdraw
20. Work ___ (try to perfect something)
on
out
Work out is to exercise or try to resolve something
21. Turn ___ (reject)
down
out
Turn out is to end up being something
22. Take ___ (become good at)
to
up
Take up is to start doing something
23. Get ___ (survive)
by
on with
Get on with is to have a good relationship with someone
24. Brush ___ on (improve on something that you are rusty at)
up
out
Brush out on doesn´t exist
25. Fall ___ (argue with someone)
out with
over
Fall over is to trip or fall on the ground

 

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