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PHRASAL VERBS Worksheets

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TOEFL Phrasal Verbs 1 ex. 1

Instructions: Unscramble the words to master your TOEFL phrasal verb spelling skills

Target Language: face up to bring up call off count on catch up with die down drop out of figure out...

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4 June 2020

Alyssia Author Country Flag United States of America

Phrasal Verbs 1 Ex. 1
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TOEFL Phrasal Verbs 1 ex. 2

Instructions: Unscramble to words to master your TOEFL phrasal verb spelling skills

Target Language: take over put forward pull through do away with look into carry out go on ...

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4 June 2020

Alyssia Author Country Flag United States of America

Phrasal Verbs 1 Ex. 2
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Phrasal verbs 1

Instructions: Solutions 3rd edition intermediate

Target Language: look up to go in for get up to get on with put up with live up to walk out on fit in with sign up for catch up with ...

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6 November 2017

elizabeth63 Author Country Flag Hungary

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Phrasal Verbs

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Target Language: stay up siedzieć do późna be over kończyć się get on with dobrze się dogadywać give up rzucić (skończyć) put away odłożyć throw away wyrzucić turn down ciszyć turn ...

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21 September 2017

Esuu1986 Author Country Flag Poland

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Phrasal Verbs B & C Sentence Scramble

Target Language: He must bring about a change of attitude to improve his English Please bring back the library book tomorrow. She was brought up by her grandmother. To budget you must break down all ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Sentence scramble for Phrasal Verbs B
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Phrasal Verbs C & G Scrambled sentences

Target Language: How did it come about that you came to Australia? Guess who I came across today? How did you come by that beautiful necklace? I am waiting for the flower to come out. My husband ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Sentence scramble for Phrasal Verbs C
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Phrasal Verbs G to P Sentences

Target Language: Don't give in if you know you are right. Never give up learning English. You must go after him if you want him to stop. Don't go into a mortgage if it is too expensive. The timer will...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Scrambled sentences with Phrasal verbs G to P
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Phrasal Verbs P to S sentences

Target Language: He pulled through his cancer treatment very well. We must pull together to make this work. I have put off my holidays until later this year. Why don't you put on the yellow dress? The...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Jumbled sentences with Phrasal Verbs S to P
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Phrasal Verbs P to S sentences

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Instructions: Choose the correct preposition to complete the Phrasal verbs

Target Language: He pulled through his cancer treatment very well. We must pull together to make this work. I have ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal Verbs P to S fill in the blank sentences
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Phrasal Verbs P to S group matching

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Instructions: Match the phrasal verb with its meaning

Target Language: pull through recover from illness pull together co-operate put off postpone put on wear put out extinguish put up with ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal Verbs P to S group matching activity
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Phrasal Verbs G to P Sentences

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Instructions: Choose the correct preposition to complete the Phrasal Verbs

Target Language: Don't give in if you know you are right. Never give up learning English. You must go after him if ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal Verbs G to P fill in the blank sentences
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Phrasal Verbs G to P Group matching

Instructions: Match the phrasal verb with its meaning

Target Language: give in surrender give up stop trying go after chase go into enter go off explode hold on wait hold up delay look after ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal Verbs G to P group matching activity
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Phrasal Verbs B & C Sentences

Instructions: Fill in the correct preposition to complete the Phrasal Verbs.

Target Language: He must bring about a change of attitude to improve his English Please bring back the library book...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal Verbs B
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Phrasal Verbs C & G Sentences

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Instructions: Choose the correct preposition to complete the Phrasal Verbs

Target Language: How did it come about that you came to Australia? Guess who I came across today? How did you come by...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal Verbs C
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Phrasal Verbs B & C

Instructions: Match the phrasal verb with its meaning

Target Language: bring about make happen bring back return bring up rear (children) break down collapse break into enter by force break ...

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16 January 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal verbs beginning with letters B
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Target Language: do the dishes make fun take an effort have conversation do action make the shopping miss a surprise get a call do a talk make a favor take an opportunity have progress

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20 November 2013

moonwangchul Author Country Flag Korea, South

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Phrasal Verbs

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Target Language: run into buckle up look up leave out look down on act up do without eat out get over make up pick out hang around take in open up put off

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17 April 2012

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

Phrasal verbs (also known as compound verbs or multi-word verbs) are verbs plus prepositions or adverbs that can be treated as a complete semantic unit. They often have meanings that are different to the base verb they feature. An example is "put on", as in, "He put on a new shirt." This worksheet features 15 phrasal verbs that are separated from their accompanying prepositions. Students must join the verbs to the correct preposition by drawing lines to match the pairs.

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