ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Separable and Inseparable Phrasal Verbs 1 | level: Intermediate



Choose whether or not each phrasal verb is separable or not separable (in the context of each sentence). If both responses are acceptable, choose "BOTH ARE CORRECT":


1. Which is correct?
  I made up that story.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  I made that story up.

2. Which is correct?
  I drove to his house up.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  I drove up to his house.

3. Which is correct?
  The police blew up the car.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  The police blew the car up.

4. Which is correct?
  The thieves broke in at around midnight.
  The thieves broke at around midnight in.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT

5. Which is correct?
  Are you going to come back later?
  Are you going to come later back?
  BOTH ARE CORRECT

6. Which is correct?
  I was trying to speak, but he cut off me.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  I was trying to speak, but he cut me off.

7. Which is correct?
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  I mix up those words all the time.
  I mix those words up all the time.

8. Which is correct?
  Thomas' grandfather passed away last month.
  Thomas' grandfather passed last month away.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT

9. Which is correct?
  Pass out ( = distribute) these forms!
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  Pass these forms out!

10. Which is correct?
  We took after breakfast off.
  BOTH ARE CORRECT
  We took off (=left) after breakfast.


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