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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Prepositions with phrasal verbs 2

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Choose the right preposition for each phrasal verb 2
level: Intermediate

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  1. John really wanted to go on a date with Victoria, so he asked her _____.
    a. in
    b. out


  2. The old factory burned _____ last week.
    a. on
    b. down


  3. I will always be your friend. You can count _____ me.
    a. in
    b. on


  4. If you make a mistake, cross _____ the wrong answer and write the correct one.
    a. through
    b. out


  5. I'll drop ____ your cds on the way to my girlfriend's house.
    a. over
    b. off


  6. I hardly ever eat at home anymore. I always eat _____.
    a. out
    b. on


  7. If you try to juggle two girls at the same time, you might end _____ alone.
    a. around
    b. up


  8. I thought my plan was brilliant, but in the end it fell _____.
    a. through
    b. by


  9. Here is the application. Please fill it _____ and return it to me.
    a. on
    b. out


  10. I found _____ that he had a criminal past.
    a. about
    b. out


  11. My neighbors and I don't get _____.
    a. along
    b. out
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