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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Prepositions with phrasal verbs 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Choose the right preposition for each phrasal verb
level: Intermediate

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  1. We passed _____ your house the other day.
    a. across
    b. by


  2. Hey, would you like to come _____ next Thursday?
    a. through
    b. over


  3. I was out very late last night and didn't get _____ until 4 AM.
    a. in
    b. by


  4. The police let the thief slip _____ their fingers at the last moment.
    a. through
    b. in


  5. Maria has never fit _____ with the crowd. She has always been a rebel.
    a. on
    b. in


  6. You should put _____ that red dress that I like so much.
    a. in
    b. on


  7. You've made quite a mess. You should clean it _____.
    a. through
    b. up


  8. Could you please turn _____ that light? It's way too bright.
    a. off
    b. over


  9. Come _____, come _____! We've been expecting you.
    a. on
    b. in


  10. She fainted, but then she came _____ about 5 minutes later.
    a. to
    b. about


  11. Kids love to hang _____ in the mall.
    a. on
    b. out
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