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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Prepositions with phrasal verbs 3

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Choose the right preposition for each phrasal verb 3
level: Intermediate

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  1. I can't make _____ what you wrote here.
    a. up
    b. out


  2. He was offered a job, but her turned it _____ .
    a. up
    b. down


  3. We ran _____ an old friend of ours on the way to the store.
    a. in
    b. into


  4. I was going to stop talking, but he told me to go _____ .
    a. on
    b. out


  5. She made ____ a story about being sick, but everyone knew she was lying.
    a. up
    b. out


  6. I want to be more active, so I think I'll take _____ running.
    a. off
    b. up


  7. I didn't want to do it, but she talked me _____ it.
    a. around
    b. into


  8. We ran _____ of money and had to come back home.
    a. out
    b. off


  9. Noone thought his plan would work, but he actually pulled it _____.
    a. off
    b. out


  10. I can't put _____ with ( = tolerate) his behavior any longer.
    a. out
    b. up
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