Test Phrasal verbs
Fill in the correct particles:
This sweater ________ really well with your trousers.
The cat jumped onto the car and alarm ___________ .
__________ . I didn’t mean to interrupt.
Put the meat in the fridge or else it’ll ____________ .
We must use those eggs soon before they go ___.
Go ___ . I’m listening to you.
That blouse really goes well ____ your skirt.
My alarm clock went ____ at 7 o’clock.
We’re really _____ our summer holidays this year.
Who will _____ your little brother when your parents are at work?
A: What are you ______ ? B: My textbook.
I’ll get the dictionary and _____ the words I don’t know.
She looks ___ her mother when she is ill.
Sean is looking ___ to his holidays.
Look ___ the word in the dictionary.
I’m looking _____ Sam. Have you seen him?
He _____ the old clock in the antiques shop.
They _____ to their hometown because they missed it.
His new book ______ recently.
Mary _____ to see my new stereo.
Come ___ to our house at any time.
He came ___ this book at the market yesterday.
His new film is coming ____ next week.
He came ____ to the country a month ago.
Look! I came ___ this lively old Lego in the old toy shop.
I’ m very tired. I think I’ll turn _____.
____ the lights when you leave.
In Shrek, Fiona turns ____ an orge at midnight.
Please, turn ____ the radio. I want to hear the news.
I can’t _____ your handwriting.
It’s not true. She ____ the whole story.
He has _____ with Tom after their quarrel.
Alan took ___ his sunglasses before he dived into the pool.
I’m taking you _____ for your birthday.
A burger to ____ , please.
There was a hole in the shirt so I took it ____ to the shop.
Why don’t you take ____ your jumper if you are hot.
I’m going to take you ____ for your birthday.
A chicken burger and fries to _____, please.
It was the wrong size, so I had to take it _____ to the shop.