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Практическое пособие по изучению фразовых глаголов в английском языке





Составила учитель английского языка: Андреева Татьяна Сергеевна



2014 год



«Педагог подобен айсбергу — своим ученикам он передает лишь его видимую надводную часть, остальное — гарантия устойчивости»Описание: Описание: my-face

Андреева Татьяна Сергеевна, учитель английского языка высшей квалификационной категории,
Почётный работник общего образования РФ, лауреат конкурса «Грант Москвы» 2003, 2011 годов, Победитель Всероссийского конкурса профессионального мастерства
преподавателей английского языка
«Хочу поделиться опытом» 2010 года.





Данная работа содержит задания по изучению и употреблению фразовых глаголов в английском языке.

Предисловие

Цель данной работы состоит в том, чтобы подготовить учащихся 8—11 классов к итоговой аттестации по английскому языку. Оно содержит задания для осуществления проверки знаний по фразовым глаголам английского языка в объеме 8—11 классов общеобразовательной школы.

К каждому заданию даны ключи для проверки, что позволяет использовать данные задания для самоподготовки учащихся.









Оглавление




















«LOOK»

to look about (around)

  • осматривать

  • оглядываться

  • обводить глазами (например, помещение)

 to look after

  • ухаживать

  • заботиться

to look ahead

  • смотреть вперёд (в будущее)

  • предвидеть

  • предусматривать

 to look at

  • смотреть на что-либо (кого-либо)

  • взглянуть

  • обратить внимание

to look back

  • вспоминать

  • оглядываться (в прямом смысле)

  • оглядываться (в прошлое)

 to look down on

  • относиться с презрением

  • смотреть свысока

to look for

  • искать

  • ожидать

  • надеяться

 to look forward to

  • ждать с нетерпением

  • предвкушать

 to look in

  • заглянуть к кому-либо

  • зайти

 to look over (through)

  • просматривать

  • проверять

to look up to

  • восхищаться

  • уважать

  • равняться на кого-то


Exercises for training


  1. Look ___________ the blackboard and write down the new words.

  2. Do you want to look _____________your new house?

  3. I will look ______________________ these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  4. Bob is ill. Can you look _______ and see if he needs anything?

  5. Look __________Mary. She is much happier now.

  6. Could you look ____________a baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  7. What are you looking _______? I’m looking _________my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  8. I’m looking _______________to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  9. Looking __________, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

  10. She is the best person in the group for other students to look __________.

  11. Grown up people often look ______ on their school days when they were young and healthy.





Exercises for training (keys)

  1. Look at the blackboard and write down the new words.

  2. Do you want to look around your new house?

  3. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  4. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

  5. Look at Mary. She is much happier now.

  6. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  7. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  8. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  9. Looking ahead, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

  10. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

  11. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.


«GET»



get along with

  • ладить, находить общий язык


get ahead

  • преуспевать


get away

  • сбежать, вырваться, удрать

  • выбираться, уезжать, уходить


get behind

  • отставать (в учёбе, в движении)


get down to

  • приняться, взяться за что-либо


get off

  • сойти (с транспорта)

  • отделаться

  • отправиться в поездку


get on

  • сесть (на лошадь, автобус и т. д.)

  • преуспевать

  • делать успехи


get over 

  • преодолеть (трудность, препятствие)

  • оправиться, выздороветь;

  • прийти в себя

  • донести (ясно изложить)


get through

  • закончить;

  • одолеть, справиться с чем-л.;

  • связаться по телефону;

  • доходить (до кого-л., до чьего-л. сознания);

  • довести (до чьего-л. сознания)




Exercises for training


  1. You can get _________ in learning foreign languages only if you work hard.

  2. Though they are sisters they don’t often get _________________ each other.

  3. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get_________________.

  4. Our son is getting __________ well at college

  5. The thief got ___________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  6. I really get ___________with my brother. He is so kind.

  7. Let’s get _________ the first bus that comes along.

  8. Get ________________at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  9. Don’t be afraid! Get ______________this horse, it’s so quiet.

  10. Oliver Twist had to get __________________from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  11. She can’t get ___________ her shyness.

  12. Let’s get _________________ this conversation. I’m tired of it.



Exercises for training (keys)



  1. You can get ahead in learning foreign languages only if you work hard.

  2. Though they are sisters they don’t often get along with each other.

  3. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get through.

  4. Our son is getting on well at college

  5. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  6. I really get along with my brother. He is so kind.

  7. Let’s get on the first bus that comes along.

  8. Get off at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  9. Don’t be afraid! Get on this horse, it’s so quiet.

  10. Oliver Twist had to get away from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  11. She can’t get over her shyness.

  12. Let’s get through this conversation. I’m tired of it.











Test 1. (Phrasal verbs “look, “get”)



  1. Look ___________ the blackboard and write down the new words.

  2. Do you want to look _____________your new house?

  3. I will look ______________________ these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  4. Bob is ill. Can you look _______ and see if he needs anything?

  5. Look __________Mary. She is much happier now.

  6. Could you look ____________the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  7. What are you looking _______? I’m looking _________my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  8. I’m looking _______________to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  9. Looking __________, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

  10. She is the best person in the group for other students to look __________.

  11. Grown up people often look ______ on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  12. You can get _________ in learning foreign languages only if you work hard.

  13. Though they are sisters they don’t often get _________________ each other.

  14. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get_________________.

  15. Our son is getting __________ well at college

  16. The thief got ___________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  17. I really get ___________with my brother. He is so kind.

  18. Let’s get _________ the first bus that comes along.

  19. Get ________________at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  20. Don’t be afraid! Get ______________this horse, it’s so quiet.

  21. Oliver Twist had to get __________________from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  22. She can’t get ___________ her shyness.

  23. Let’s get _________________ this conversation. I’m tired of it.





Keys (TEST 1)



  1. Look at the blackboard and write down the new words.

  2. Do you want to look around your new house?

  3. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  4. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

  5. Look at Mary. She is much happier now.

  6. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  7. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  8. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  9. Looking ahead, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

  10. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

  11. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  12. You can get ahead in learning foreign languages only if you work hard.

  13. Though they are sisters they don’t often get along with each other.

  14. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get through.

  15. Our son is getting on well at college

  16. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  17. I really get along with my brother. He is so kind.

  18. Let’s get on the first bus that comes along.

  19. Get off at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  20. Don’t be afraid! Get on this horse, it’s so quiet.

  21. Oliver Twist had to get away from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  22. She can’t get over her shyness.

  23. Let’s get through this conversation. I’m tired of it.













«COME»

come across

  • натолкнуться на,

  • случайно встретить 

come along

  • идти вместе, сопровождать;

  • приходить, появляться

come back

  • возвращаться

come by

  • заходить, приходить;

  • доставать, получать 

come down

  • спускаться, опускаться; падать 

come forward

  • выходить вперед,

come from

  • происходить из, от (по причине),

  • взяться

come in

  • входить;

come off

  • отделяться,

  • отрываться, покидать

сome on

  • давай!, пошли!;

  • кончай!, брось!;

come out

  • выходить;

  • появляться, возникать;

  • получаться 

come over

  • приходить, подходить, заезжать 

come up

  • подниматься, приближаться

Exercises for training



  1. She came ____________ some old photographs in the album.

  2. I came __________ children sleeping under the table.

  3. In the shop he came ________________ his wife.

  4. A quarrel finally came _____________ to different questions.

  5. A good job like that is hard to come _____________.

  6. A sudden fit of anger came_____________ him.

  7. Christmas is coming _____________ soon.

  8. Come __________ or we will be late for the concert.

  9. I came _____________this book in a small shop.

  10. The button has come _________ my suit.

  11. He comes__________ France, he lives in Paris.

  12. A strange animal came _________ of the tree.

  13. The policeman came__________ to the man and asked him some questions.


Exercises for training (keys)




  1. She came across some old photographs in the album

  2. I came across children sleeping under the table.

  3. In the shop he came across his wife

  4. A quarrel finally came down to different questions.

  5. A good job like that is hard to come by.

  6. A sudden fit of anger came over him.

  7. Christmas is coming up soon.

  8. Come on or we will be late for the concert.

  9. I came across this book in a small shop.

  10. The button has come off my suit.

  11. He comes from France, he lives in Paris.

  12. A strange animal came out of the tree.

  13. The policeman came up to the man and asked him some questions.



TEST 2. (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come”)

  1. Do you want to look _____________your new house?

  2. I will look ______________________ these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  3. Bob is ill. Can you look _______ and see if he needs anything?

  4. Look __________Mary. She is much happier now.

  5. Could you look ____________the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  6. What are you looking _______? I’m looking _________my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  7. I’m looking _______________to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  8. Looking __________, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

  9. She is the best person in the group for other students to look __________.

  10. Grown up people often look ______ on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  11. Though they are sisters they don’t often get _________________each other.

  12. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get_______________

  13. Our son is getting __________ well at college

  14. The thief got ___________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  15. I really get ___________with my brother. He is so kind.

  16. Let’s get _________ the first bus that comes along.

  17. Get ________________at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  18. Don’t be afraid! Get ______________this horse, it’s so quiet.

  19. Oliver Twist had to get __________________from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  20. She can’t get ___________ her shyness.

  21. Let’s get _________________ this conversation. I’m tired of it.

  22. She came ____________ some old photographs in the album.

  23. I came __________ children sleeping under the table.

  24. In the shop he came ________________ his wife.

  25. A quarrel finally came _____________ to different questions.

  26. A good job like that is hard to come _____________.

  27. A sudden fit of anger came_____________ him.

  28. Christmas is coming _____________ soon.

  29. Come __________ or we will be late for the concert.

  30. I came _____________this book in a small shop.

  31. The button has come _________ my suit.

Keys (TEST 2)



  1. Do you want to look around your new house?

  2. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  3. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

  4. Look at Mary. She is much happier now.

  5. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  6. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  7. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  8. Looking ahead, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

  9. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

  10. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  11. Though they are sisters they don’t often get along with each other.

  12. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get through.

  13. Our son is getting on well at college.

  14. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  15. I really get along with my brother. He is so kind.

  16. Let’s get on the first bus that comes along.

  17. Get off at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  18. Don’t be afraid! Get on this horse, it’s so quiet.

  19. Oliver Twist had to get away from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  20. She can’t get over her shyness.

  21. Let’s get through this conversation. I’m tired of it.

  22. She came across some old photographs in the album.

  23. I came across children sleeping under the table.

  24. In the shop he came across his wife.

  25. A quarrel finally came down to different questions.

  26. A good job like that is hard to come by

  27. A sudden fit of anger came over him.

  28. Christmas is coming up soon.

  29. Come on or we will be late for the concert.

  30. I came across this book in a small shop.

  31. The button has come off my suit.



«TAKE»

take after

  • походить на (родственников, родителей)

take along

  • брать с собой (в дорогу), приводить, привозить

take apart

  • разбирать, анализировать, раскритиковать (отчитать, отругать)

take aside

  • отвести в сторону, отозвать (для разговора)

take away

  • убирать, забирать, отбирать

  • вычитать, отнимать

take back

  • возвращать

  • взять обратно (признать, что вы неправы)

take down

  • снять (одежду)

  • сносить (здание)

  • снизить (цену)

  • сбить (спесь с кого-либо)

  • уничтожить

take in

  • вносить

  • ушивать (одежду)

  • давать приют

  • осматривать

  • посещать

take off

  • снимать (одежду)

  • уводить, увозить, уносить

  • копировать, имитировать

  • взлетать

  • сделать перерыв в работе (взять отгул)

  • пользоваться успехом, популярностью

take on

  • брать, взять на себя

  • брать на работу

  • приобретать

  • волноваться

  • сразиться

take out

  • вынимать, извлекать, удалять

  • выводить гулять

  • удалить (пятно)

  • уничтожить

  • давать выход гневу

  • сводить счёты

take over

  • брать руководство, ответственность, вступать во владение

take through

  • осуществлять, доводить до конца

  • объяснять

take to

  • пристраститься, привязаться

take up

  • поднимать

  • принимать (вызов)

  • снимать

  • выкапывать

  • укорачивать

  • заниматься чем-то

  • браться за что-то

  • приобретать, принимать








Exercises for training



  1. Tom is very tall – he takes _________ his father.

  2. Take me ____________ with you to the river.

  3. They were taken __________ prison.

  4. Take 5 ____________ from 10.

  5. Did you take ______________ his lecture?

  6. We were completely taken __________.

  7. She took ___________her dress.

  8. I’m very tired and want to take three days ____________.

  9. The coat is too small for you. Take it ___________ to the shop.

  10. I think I should take ______________ swimming.

  11. Не took ______________ the photo from the wall.

  12. You can take all these cups _____________ from the table.

  13. He spent 3 days taking his motorbike ______________.

  14. The old house was taken _______________________.

  15. It’s too hot in the room. You can take ___________ your coat.

  16. The teacher will take her excuses ______________________.

  17. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take ______________ everything I said.

  18. She took him ______________ in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  19. She earned some money by taking ________ students.

  20. Take your hands ___________ the table.

  21. Who will take_____________ from our boss when he retires?

  22. I have taken ________ my dear puppy very fast.

  23. The plane took __________ in time.

  24. Where are you taking her __________ for her birthday?

  25. She doesn’t want to take _________ too much work at the office.

  26. This word took ____________ a new meaning.

  27. I should take this case_________ with my Mum.

  28. My friend took me ________________ my first English book.











Exercises for training (keys)



  1. Tom is very tall – he takes after his father.

  2. Take me along with you to the river.

  3. They were taken to prison.

  4. Take 5 away from 10.

  5. Did you take down his lecture?

  6. We were completely taken in.

  7. She took in her dress.

  8. I’m very tired and want to take three days off.

  9. The coat is too small for you. Take it back to the shop.

  10. I think I should take up swimming.

  11. Не took down the photo from the wall.

  12. You can take all these cups away from the table

  13. He spent 3 days taking his motorbike apart.

  14. The old house was taken down.

  15. It’s too hot in the room. You can take off your coat.

  16. The teacher will take her excuses apart.

  17. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take back everything I said.

  18. She took him aside in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  19. She earned some money by taking in students.

  20. Take your hands off the table.

  21. Who will take over from our boss when he retires?

  22. I have taken to my dear puppy very fast.

  23. The plane took off in time.

  24. Where are you taking her out for her birthday?

  25. She doesn’t want to take on too much work at the office.

  26. This word took on a new meaning.

  27. I should take this case up with my Mum.

  28. My friend took me through my first English book.











TEST 3. (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come”, “take”)



  1. I think I should take _______________ jogging.

  2. At last their talk came ___________________ to different questions.

  3. A strange animal came ____________________ of the tree.

  4. Get __________ at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  5. Tom is very stout – he takes ___________ his grandfather.

  6. Take me ______________ with you to the cafe.

  7. New Year is coming_____________________ soon.

  8. She earned some money by taking ___________________ tourists.

  9. Who will take ___________ from our chef when he retires?

  10. Come ______________ or we will be late for classes.

  11. In the shop he came __________________ his friend.

  12. She took him ___________ in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  13. I came _______________ this book in a small shop.

  14. She is the best person in the group for other students to look ____________

  15. They were taken ____________ hospital.

  16. She took _____________ her fancy dress. It was too large for her.

  17. I’m ill and want to take two days ________________.

  18. The coat is too small for you. Take it____________ to the shop.

  19. Не took ___________ the picture from the wall.

  20. You can take all these plates _______________ from the table.

  21. He spent 2 days taking his bike __________________.

  22. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take _________________ everything I said.

  23. I have taken ______________ my new classmates very fast.

  24. Where are you taking her _____________ for her birthday?

  25. She doesn’t want to take _____________ too much work at the office.

  26. I should take this case ______________ with my Dad.

  27. Look ___________ the blackboard and write down the new words.

  28. Do you want to look __________________ your new room?

  29. I will look ___________________ these files and see if I can find a copy of my passport.

  30. Bob is ill. Can you look __________ and see if he needs anything?

  31. Look __________ our Mum. She is much happier now.

  32. Could you look _____________ the dog for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  33. What are you looking _________? I’m looking ________________ my glasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  34. I’m looking ________________ to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  35. Looking _____________, I think our company needs to introduce some new

services.

  1. Elderly people often look ______________ on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  2. Though they are sisters they don’t often get _____________ each other.

  3. I rang him up at 5. It took me over two hours to get ______________.

  4. Our daughter is getting __________ well at school.

  5. The thief got __________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  6. I really get ______________ with my friend. He is so kind.

  7. Let’s get ___________ the first tram that comes along.

  8. Get ________ at this stop, go straight ahead and you will see the hospital.

  9. Mary had to get ______________from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  10. She can’t get ______________ her rudeness and greediness.

  11. Let’s get _______________ this conversation. I’m tired of it.

  12. She came _____________ some old photographs in the album

  13. I came _____________ the cat sleeping under the table.

  14. A good job like that is hard to come __________.

  15. A sudden fit of anger came ___________________ him.

  16. The button has come _________________ my trousers.

  17. He comes _________________ England, he lives in London.






















Keys (TEST 3)



  1. I think I should take up jogging.

  2. At last their talk came down to different questions.

  3. A strange animal came out of the tree.

  4. Get off at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  5. Tom is very stout – he takes after his grandfather.

  6. Take me along with you to the cafe.

  7. New Year is coming up soon.

  8. She earned some money by taking in tourists.

  9. Who will take over from our chef when he retires?

  10. Come on or we will be late for classes.

  11. In the shop he came across his friend.

  12. She took him aside in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  13. I came across this book in a small shop.

  14. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to

  15. They were taken to hospital.

  16. She took in her fancy dress. It was too large for her.

  17. I’m ill and want to take two days off.

  18. The coat is too small for you. Take it back to the shop.

  19. Не took down the picture from the wall.

  20. You can take all these plates away from the table

  21. He spent 2 days taking his bike apart..

  22. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take back everything I said.

  23. I have taken to my new classmates very fast.

  24. Where are you taking her out for her birthday?

  25. She doesn’t want to take on too much work at the office.

  26. I should take this case up with my Dad.

  27. Look at the blackboard and write down the new words.

  28. Do you want to look around your new room?

  29. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my passport.

  30. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

  31. Look at our Mum. She is much happier now.

  32. Could you look after the dog for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  33. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my glasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  34. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  35. Looking ahead, I think our company needs to introduce some new

services.

  1. Elderly people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  2. Though they are sisters they don’t often get along with each other.

  3. I rang him up at 5. It took me over two hours to get through.

  4. Our daughter is getting on well at school.

  5. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  6. I really get along with my friend. He is so kind.

  7. Let’s get on the first tram that comes along.

  8. Get off at this stop, go straight ahead and you will see the hospital.

  9. Mary had to get away from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  10. She can’t get over her rudeness and greediness.

  11. Let’s get through this conversation. I’m tired of it.

  12. She came across some old photographs in the album

  13. I came across the cat sleeping under the table.

  14. A good job like that is hard to come by.

  15. A sudden fit of anger came over him.

  16. The button has come off my trousers.

  17. He comes from England, he lives in London.










«PUT»

put across

  • донести мысль

put aside

  • откладывать денежные средства на будущее

put down

  • приписывать что-то чему-то

  • записывать

put off

  • отложить ( употребляется с герундием)

put up with

  • терпеть, мириться

put on

  • надеть (одежду)

  • набирать вес

put out

  • тушить (пожар)

  • выпускать (товар)

put up at

  • где-то переночевать





Exercises for training

  1. Let’s put __________a small amount of money in a bank so that we could buy a house.

  2. She always puts rudeness _________ to his hard childhood.

  3. I was tired and decided to put _______________ a hotel.

  4. Why do you put _________ sending for a doctor?

  5. I have put _____________ weight recently.

  6. She put ___________________ a beautiful hat.

  7. I will not put ____________________smoking at home

  8. Tom, put ________________ your warm jacket, it’s too cold outside.”

  9. I can’t put _________________ my neighbours’ noise any longer, it’s driving me mad. 

  10. Put ______________ the meeting till tomorrow.”

  11. They try to put _________________ the fire.

  12. She puts ____________________ his violent temper.

  13. I want to put ______________ my report, I am not ready yet.





Exercises for training

  1. Let’s put aside a small amount of money in a bank so that we could buy a house.

  2. She always puts rudeness down to his hard childhood.

  3. I was tired and decided to put up at a hotel.

  4. Why do you put off sending for a doctor?

  5. I have put on weight recently.

  6. She put on a beautiful hat.

  7. I will not put up with smoking at home

  8. Tom, put on your warm jacket, it’s too cold outside.”

  9. I can’t put up with my neighbours’ noise any longer, it’s driving me mad. 

  10. Put off the meeting till tomorrow.”

  11. They try to put out the fire.

  12. She puts up with his violent temper.

  13. I want to put off my report, I am not ready yet.





TEST 4. (Phrasal verb:” put”)

  1. Let's put ____our meeting till tomorrow.

  2. The fire was so strong, that we couldn't put it ____.

  3. Wait a minute! I must put ____ this information.

  4. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put_________ five kilograms in four months!

  5. It's enough! I'm not going to put __________ the boss's rudeness anymore!

  6. Please put ____________your name and address here.

  7. He rents the new flat very cheaply, but he has to put_____________ a lot of noise - it's next to a train station.

  8. In this restaurant you can't wear shorts. You must put ____ trousers.

  9. It was raining, so the organizers had to put ____ the tennis match till the next day.



Keys (TEST 4)

  1. Let's put off our meeting till tomorrow.

  2. The fire was so strong, that we couldn't put it out.

  3. Wait a minute! I must put down this information.

  4. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put on five kilograms in four months!

  5. It's enough! I'm not going to put up with the boss's rudeness anymore!

  6. Please put down your name and address here.

  7. He rents the new flat very cheaply, but he has to put up with a lot of noise - it's next to a train station.

  8. In this restaurant you can't wear shorts. You must put on trousers.

  9. It was raining, so the organizers had to put off the tennis match till the next day.









TEST 5. (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come,” “take,” “put”)

  1. Take 3 _____________ from 12.

  2. It's enough! I'm not going to put __________ your rudeness anymore!

  3. Take me ______________with you to your house.

  4. I really get___________ with my brother. He is so kind.

  5. Let’s get ____________ the first bus that comes along.

  6. Why do you put ___________sending for a doctor?

  7. I have put __________weight recently.

  8. The teacher will take her excuses _________________.

  9. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take _________ everything I said.

  10. She took him _________ in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  11. What are you looking _____? I’m looking _______ my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  12. I’m looking ______- to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  13. I rang him up at 5. It took me over two hours to get __________.

  14. Our daughter is getting ____ well at school.

  15. The thief got __________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  16. Put ________ the meeting till tomorrow.”

  17. They try to put _________ the fire.

  18. I think I should take ___________ jogging.

  19. At last their talk came ___________ to different questions.

  20. A strange animal came __________ of the tree.

  21. I’m ill and want to take two days _____________.

  22. The coat is too small for you. Take it __________ to the shop.

  23. Не took ________________ the picture from the wall.

  24. The plane took ___________ in time.

  25. Where are you taking her __________ for her birthday?

  26. Though they are sisters they don’t often get ___________each other.

  27. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get ___________.

  28. Do you want to look ___________ your new house?

  29. I will look ___________these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  30. Our son is getting _____________ well at college.

  31. The thief got ____________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  32. I really get ___________ with my brother. He is so kind.

  33. Let’s get ________ the first bus that comes along.

  34. She is the best person in the group for other students to look _______.

  35. Grown up people often look ______ on their school days when they were young and healthy.



Keys (TEST 5)

  1. Take 3 away from 12.

  2. It's enough! I'm not going to put up with your rudeness anymore!

  3. Take me along with you to your house.

  4. I really get on with my brother. He is so kind.

  5. Let’s get along the first bus that comes along.

  6. Why do you put off sending for a doctor?

  7. I have put on weight recently.

  8. The teacher will take her excuses apart.

  9. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take back everything I said.

  10. She took him aside in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  11. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  12. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  13. I rang him up at 5. It took me over two hours to get through.

  14. Our daughter is getting on well at school.

  15. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  16. Put off the meeting till tomorrow.”

  17. They try to put out the fire.

  18. I think I should take up jogging.

  19. At last their talk came down to different questions.

  20. A strange animal came out of the tree.

  21. I’m ill and want to take two days off.

  22. The coat is too small for you. Take it back to the shop.

  23. Не took down the picture from the wall.

  24. The plane took off in time.

  25. Where are you taking her out for her birthday?

  26. Though they are sisters they don’t often get along with each other.

  27. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get through.

  28. Do you want to look around your new house?

  29. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

  30. Our son is getting on well at college

  31. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  32. I really get along with my brother. He is so kind.

  33. Let’s get on the first bus that comes along.

  34. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

  35. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

«GIVE»

give away

  • дарить (подарки)

  • раздавать что-либо

  • выдавать секрет

give back

  • возвращать, отдавать

give forth

  • издавать, испускать

  • обнародовать

  • распускать слух

give in

  • поддаваться, уступать

  • сдавать (письменную работу)

give off

  • испускать, издавать (запах, дым, свет, тепло)

give out

  • распределять, объявлять

  • кончаться

give over

  • передавать

  • бросить что-то делать

give up

  • оставлять, отказаться

  • бросить, оставить надежду

  • сдаться (о преступнике)

give up on

  • отказаться от чего-либо (идеи)



Exercises for training


  1. He gave _________ all the money to the poor woman.

  2. Don’t give _________ without a try.

  3. Please give _________the book you borrowed two weeks ago.

  4. She gave__________ her test paper to the teacher.

  5. The criminal gave___________.

  6. This lamp gives ________a very bright light.

  7. Give _________pushing.

  8. He gave _________ his seat to a woman with a baby.

  9. The food in the fridge gave_______________.

  10. He gave ____________smoking.

  11. We gave the keys _____________to our friend during our absence.

  12. After the quarrel she gave ________on improving their relations.

  13. She gave _____________ her friend’s secret.





Exercises for training (keys)

  1. He gave away all the money to the poor woman.

  2. Don’t give in without a try.

  3. Please give back the book you borrowed two weeks ago.

  4. She gave in her test paper to the teacher.

  5. The criminal gave up.

  6. This lamp gives off a very bright light.

  7. Give over pushing.

  8. He gave up his seat to a woman with a baby.

  9. The food in the fridge gave out.

  10. He gave up smoking.

  11. We gave the keys over to our friend during our absence.

  12. After the quarrel she gave up on improving their relations.

  13. She gave away her friend’s secret.
















TEST 6. (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come,” “take,” “put,” “give)



  1. He gave ________ smoking.

  2. We gave the keys _________ to our friend during our absence.

  3. I’m looking ____________ to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  4. Looking __________, I think the company needs to produce some new

goods.

  1. Get _________ at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  2. Don’t be afraid! Get ______________ this horse, it’s so quiet.

  3. Oliver Twist had to get ___________ from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  4. She is the best person in the group for other students to look _________.

  5. Grown up people often look __________ on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  6. She can’t get ___________ her shyness.

  7. Let’s get _________________ this conversation. I’m tired of it.

  8. Christmas is coming ____________ soon.

  9. Come ____________ or we will be late for the concert.

  10. I came ______________ this book in a small shop.

  11. The button has come ______________ my suit.

  12. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take ___________ everything I said.

  13. She took him _____________ in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  14. She earned some money by taking _________ students.

  15. Take your hands ____________ the table.

  16. Who will take ___________ from our boss when he retires?

  17. Wait a minute! I must put __________ this information.

  18. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put ________ five kilograms in four months!

  19. It's enough! I'm not going to put __________ the boss's rudeness anymore!

  20. Please put ___________ your name and address here.

  21. Our daughter is getting __________ well at school.

  22. The thief got __________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  23. I really get _______________ with my friend. He is so kind.

  24. Let’s get _________ the first tram that comes along.

  25. She took him ____________ in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  26. I came _____________ this book in a small shop.

  27. She is the best person in the group for other students to look ___________.

  28. They were taken ________ hospital.

Keys (TEST 6)



  1. He gave up smoking.

  2. We gave the keys over to our friend during our absence.

  3. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  4. Looking ahead, I think the company needs to produce some new

goods.

  1. Get off at St. Mary’s Church and go straight ahead.

  2. Don’t be afraid! Get on this horse, it’s so quiet.

  3. Oliver Twist had to get away from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

  4. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

  5. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

  6. She can’t get over her shyness.

  7. Let’s get through this conversation. I’m tired of it.

  8. Christmas is coming up soon.

  9. Come on or we will be late for the concert.

  10. I came across this book in a small shop.

  11. The button has come off my suit.

  12. I am wrong, I know it. I’ll take back everything I said.

  13. She took him aside in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  14. She earned some money by taking in students.

  15. Take your hands off the table.

  16. Who will take over from our boss when he retires?

  17. Wait a minute! I must put down this information.

  18. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put on five kilograms in four months!

  19. It's enough! I'm not going to put up with the boss's rudeness anymore!

  20. Please put down your name and address here.

  21. Our daughter is getting on well at school.

  22. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  23. I really get along with my friend. He is so kind.

  24. Let’s get on the first tram that comes along.

  25. She took him aside in order to tell him everything in a whisper.

  26. I came across this book in a small shop.

  27. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to

  28. They were taken to hospital.

«MAKE»

make after

  • пуститься в погоню (вслед) за кем-то; преследовать

make away / make away with 

  • избавиться от кого-либо,

  • убежать, улизнуть

make for 

  • направляться, кинуться на кого-либо;

  • способствовать, содействовать чему-либо

make into 

  • переделывать, превращать

make of 

  • расценивать, комментировать

make off 

  • сбежать, скрыться

make out 

  • выписывать (счет),

  • составлять (документ),

  • утверждать, делать вывод; приводить доводы,

  • разбираться;

  • понимать, различать;

  • справляться с чем-либо;

  • обниматься, целоваться

make over

  • переделывать (перешивать),

  • переводить (деньги),

  • передавать кому-либо свое имущество

make up 

  • составлять (команду, группу )

  • доплачивать, возмещать,

  • наверстывать;

  • готовить, изготавливать (по рецепту);

  • застилать (постель),

  • асфальтировать (дорогу);

  • принимать решение;

  • выдумывать, сочинять;

  • собирать, улаживать, мириться;

  • красить, гримировать;

  • подходить, приближаться

make up for 

  • возмещать, компенсировать, наверстывать, исправлять, заглаживать

make up to 

  • подлизываться, загладить вину















Exercises for training



  1. The police made _____________ the robber.

  2. I hope this will make _______________ for your trouble.

  3. Is it difficult to make her _________________?

  4. It was decided to make ___________________ with him.

  5. As far as I can make ________________, he is a liar.

  6. He got up and made ___________________ the exit.

  7. Many flats are being made ___________________ offices nowadays.

  8. I don’t know what to make _______________ her behaviour.

  9. The burglars made ______________with the money.

  10. How is she making _______________ in her university?

  11. They made the money _______________ to him.

  12. These ten chapters make _______________ the whole book.

  13. Ask the chemist to make ___________________ this prescription.

  14. We could just make __________________ a farm through the trees.

  15. Who will make ______________ losses?

  16. She was heavily made _____________________.

  17. She makes ____________________ that you offended her.

  18. I made _______________________ the story of my travelling.

  19. I can't make _________________ the meaning of this poem.

  20.  Why are you making ____________ the window? It’s bitter cold today! Don’t open the window.

  21. How can he make _________ for all the nuisances he had caused?

  22. I made ___________ the story for children to go to bed as soon as possible.

  23. By some miracle they made it ___________ and they go together again. 

  24. Speak up! I can’t make _______________ your words!

  1. I have just made this story _________________.

  2. Peter made _________________ being late by getting me flowers.

  3.  No more arguments! My mind is made ___________________.







Exercises for training (keys)



  1. The police made after the robber.

  2. I hope this will make up for your trouble.

  3. Is it difficult to make her up?

  4. It was decided to make away with him.

  5. As far as I can make out, he is a liar.

  6. He got up and made for the exit.

  7. Many flats are being made into offices nowadays.

  8. I don’t know what to make of her behaviour.

  9. The burglars made off with the money.

  10. How is she making out in her university?

  11. They made the money over to him.

  12. These ten chapters make up the whole book.

  13. Ask the chemist to make up this prescription.

  14. We could just make out a farm through the trees.

  15. Who will make up losses?

  16. She was heavily made up.

  17. She makes out that you offended her.

  18. I made up the story of my travelling.

  19. I can't make out the meaning of this poem.

  20.  Why are you making for the window? It’s bitter cold today! Don’t open the window.

  21. How can he make up for all the nuisances he had caused?

  22. I made up the story for children to go to bed as soon as possible

  23. By some miracle they made it up and they go together again 

  24. Speak up! I can’t make out your words!

  25. I have just made this story out.

  26. Peter made up for being late by getting me flowers.

  27.  No more arguments! My mind is made up.





TEST 7. (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come,” “take,” “put,” “give,” “make”)



  1. Bob is ill. Can you look ________ and see if he needs anything?

  2. Look _________ Jane. She is much happier now.

  3. Could you look ______________ the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  4. What are you looking ____________? I’m looking ___________ my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  5. Our son is getting _______ well at college

  6. The thief got ____________ by climbing over the garden wall.

  7. I really get _________________ my brother. He is so kind.

  8. Let’s get _____ the first bus that comes along.

  9. A quarrel finally came ____________ to different questions.

  10. A good job like that is hard to come _______________.

  11. A sudden fit of anger came ________________ him.

  12. Christmas is coming __________________ soon.

  13. Take 5 ____________________ from 10.

  14. Did you take __________________ his lecture?

  15. We were completely taken ______________________.

  16. She took ________________ her dress.

  17. I’m very tired and want to take three days _____________.

  18. The coat is too small for you. Take it ________________ to the shop.

  19. I think I should take ________________ swimming.

  20. The fire was so strong, that we couldn't put it _______________.

  21. Wait a minute! I must put __________________ this information.

  22. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put ___________ five kilograms in four months!

  23. It's enough! I'm not going to put _______________ the boss's rudeness anymore!

  24. Please put _____________________ your name and address here.

  25. The criminal gave ____________.

  26. This lamp gives ______________ a very bright light.

  27. Give _____________________ pushing.

  28. He gave _______________ his seat to a woman with a baby.

  29. The food in the fridge gave ________________.

  30. He gave __________________ smoking.

  31. How is she making ____________________ in her university?

  32. They made the money _______________________ to him.

  33. These ten chapters make________________ the whole book.

  34. Ask the chemist to make ____________________ this prescription.

  35. We could just make _________________ a farm through the trees.

  36. Who will make _____________________ losses?

  37. She was heavily made ______________________________.

  38. She makes ___________________ that you offended her.

  39. They try to put __________________ the fire.

  40. She puts ________________________ his violent temper.

Keys (TEST 7)



  1. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

  2. Look at Jane. She is much happier now.

  3. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  4. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  5. Our son is getting on well at college

  6. The thief got away by climbing over the garden wall.

  7. I really get along with my brother. He is so kind.

  8. Let’s get on the first bus that comes along.

  9. A quarrel finally came down to different questions.

  10. A good job like that is hard to come by.

  11. A sudden fit of anger came over him.

  12. Christmas is coming up soon.

  13. Take 5 away from 10.

  14. Did you take down his lecture?

  15. We were completely taken in.

  16. She took in her dress.

  17. I’m very tired and want to take three days off.

  18. The coat is too small for you. Take it back to the shop.

  19. I think I should take up swimming.

  20. The fire was so strong, that we couldn't put it out.

  21. Wait a minute! I must put down this information.

  22. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put on five kilograms in four months!

  23. It's enough! I'm not going to put up with the boss's rudeness anymore!

  24. Please put down your name and address here.

  25. The criminal gave up.

  26. This lamp gives off a very bright light.

  27. Give over pushing.

  28. He gave up his seat to a woman with a baby.

  29. The food in the fridge gave out.

  30. He gave up smoking.

  31. How is she making out in her university?

  32. They made the money over to him.

  33. These ten chapters make up the whole book.

  34. Ask the chemist to make up this prescription.

  35. We could just make out a farm through the trees.

  36. Who will make up losses?

  37. She was heavily made up.

  38. She makes out that you offended her.

  39. They try to put out the fire.

  40. She puts up with his violent temper.



GO”

go around (with)

  • водиться, быть в компании с кем-то:

go back (on) 

  • кого-то предать, подвести, не исполнить обещанное:

go for 

  • пытаться что-либо достичь, стремиться:

go off 

  • быть непригодным для употребления (о еде);

  • заснуть

go out 

  • бывать в обществе;

  • выходить из моды:

go under

  • потерпеть крах (про бизнес);

  • тонуть:

go without 

  • спокойно обходиться без чего-то важного:





Exercises for training

  1. I noticed my daughter go _________with teenagers who live next door.

  2. We thought him to be a safe partner but it turned out that he went ______ on us.

  3. Go ____________ it! Try to achieve your aim.

  4. This boat will go___________ if you sail it.

  5. This milk went __________ so fast. Don’t buy it in this shop.

  6. Do you like to go _____________ at the weekend?

  7. Her firm will go _____________ if she doesn’t work hard.

  8. Can you go _________________ a hairbrush?

  9. I went ____________ as soon as I went to bed.

  10. Such clothes will never go __________________.

Exercises for training (keys)

  1. I noticed my daughter go around with teenagers who live next door.

  2. We thought him to be a safe partner but it turned out that he went back on us.

  3. Go for it! Try to achieve your aim.

  4. This boat will go under if you sail it.

  5. This milk went off so fast. Don’t buy it in this shop.

  6. Do you like to go out at the weekend?

  7. Her firm will go under if she doesn’t work hard.

  8. Can you go without a hairbrush?

  9. I went off as soon as I went to bed.

  10. Such clothes will never go out.









TEST 8. (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come,” “take,” “put,” “give,” “make,” “go”)



  1. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get ______________.

  2. Our son is getting _________ well at college.

  3. Look _________ Mary. She is much happier now.

  4. Could you look _____________ the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  5. What are you looking ___________? I’m looking __________ my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  6. I’m looking _______________ to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  7. Come _____________ or we will be late for the concert.

  8. I came _______________________ this book in a small shop.

  9. The button has come _______________________ my suit.

  10. He comes __________________France, he lives in Paris.

  11. A strange animal came _______________ of the tree.

  12. I’m very tired and want to take three days __________________.

  13. The coat is too small for you. Take it ________________ to the shop.

  14. I think I should take _______________ swimming.

  15. Не took _______________ the photo from the wall.

  16. You can take all these cups ________________ from the table.

  17. He spent 3 days taking his motorbike ________________.

  18. The old house was taken ________________.

  19. Wait a minute! I must put _______________ this information.

  20. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put ______________ five kilograms in four months!

  21. It's enough! I'm not going to put ______________ the boss's rudeness anymore!

  22. Please put ______________your name and address here.

  23. Give ________________ pushing.

  24. He gave ___________________ his seat to a woman with a baby.

  25. The food in the fridge gave ___________________.

  26. He gave _________________ smoking.

  27. We gave the keys _____________ to our friend during our absence.

  28. This milk went ________________ so fast. Don’t buy it in this shop.

  29. Do you like to go __________________ at the weekend?

  30. Her firm will go ____________________ if she doesn’t work hard.

  31. Can you go _______________________ a hairbrush?

  32. How is she making ___________________ in her university?

  33. They made the money ____________________ to him.

  34. These ten chapters make __________________ the whole book.

  35. Ask the chemist to make ______________ this prescription.

  36. We could just make __________________ a farm through the trees.

  37. Who will make _________________ losses?

  38. She was heavily made ___________.

  39. She makes __________________ that you offended her.

  40. Such clothes will never go ___________________.

Keys (TEST 8)

  1. I rang up the hospital. It took me over two hours to get through.

  2. Our son is getting on well at college

  3. Look at Mary. She is much happier now.

  4. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? I’ll go shopping.

  5. What are you looking for? I’m looking for my sunglasses. I can’t remember where I have put them.

  6. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

  7. Come on or we will be late for the concert.

  8. I came across this book in a small shop.

  9. The button has come off my suit.

  10. He comes from France, he lives in Paris.

  11. A strange animal came out of the tree.

  12. I’m very tired and want to take three days off.

  13. The coat is too small for you. Take it back to the shop.

  14. I think I should take up swimming.

  15. Не took down the photo from the wall.

  16. You can take all these cups away from the table

  17. He spent 3 days taking his motorbike apart.

  18. The old house was taken down.

  19. Wait a minute! I must put down this information.

  20. Every day after school she eats chips and drinks cola with friends! I'm not surprised she put on five kilograms in four months!

  21. It's enough! I'm not going to put up with the boss's rudeness anymore!

  22. Please put down your name and address here.

  23. Give over pushing.

  24. He gave up his seat to a woman with a baby.

  25. The food in the fridge gave out.

  26. He gave up smoking.

  27. We gave the keys over to our friend during our absence

  28. This milk went off so fast. Don’t buy it in this shop.

  29. Do you like to go out at the weekend?

  30. Her firm will go under if she doesn’t work hard.

  31. Can you go without a hairbrush?

  32. How is she making out in her university?

  33. They made the money over to him.

  34. These ten chapters make up the whole book.

  35. Ask the chemist to make up this prescription.

  36. We could just make out a farm through the trees.

  37. Who will make up losses?

  38. She was heavily made up.

  39. She makes out that you offended her.

  40. Such clothes will never go ou

TEST 9. Multiple Choice (Phrasal verbs: “look,” “get,” “come,” “take,” “put,” “give,” “make,” “go”)



  1. He looked____________her. She was sad and unhappy.

A) AT B) IN C) AFTER

  1. The line was busy. I couldn’t get ______________

A) OFF B) THROUGH C) ON

  1. These eggs are rotten. They went_______ so quickly.

A) AT B) IN C) OFF

We will put ___________our trip because the weather was nasty.

A) AT B) OFF C) AFTER

  1. He said good-bye and made ______________the door.

A) FOR B) OFF C) OUT

  1. A small black dress will never go _____________.

A) OUT B) WITHOUT C) UNDER

  1. She gave _____________ dancing.

A) FORTH B) UP C) BACK

  1. Could you look ________________ our old Granny? She feels bad.

A) AT B) IN C) AFTER

  1. There was a big hole in the ship and it went______________.

A) UNDER B) AROUND C) BACK

  1. I am looking _______________ my text-books. I don’t remember where I put them yesterday.

  2. A) AT B) IN C) FOR

  3. It started raining heavily and we came _________________.

A) ON B) BACK C) OUT

Keys (TEST 9)



  1. He ___looked at her. She was sad and unhappy.

  2. The line was busy. I couldn’t get through__.

  3. These eggs are rotten. They went off so quickly.

  4. We will put off our trip because the weather was nasty.

  5. He said good-bye and made for the door.

  6. A small black dress will never go out.

  7. She gave up dancing.

  8. Could you look after our old Granny? She feels bad.

  9. There was a big hole in the ship and it went under.

  10. I am looking for my text-books. I don’t remember where I put them yesterday.

  11. It started raining heavily and we came back.

Библиография:

  • Long, Thomas Hill (Editorial Director), Summers, Della (Managing Editor): «Longman Dictionary of English Idioms», Longman Group Limited, 1979 

  • «Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary». — Oxford: OUP,2001

  • Povey J. «Phrasal Verbs and How to Use Them». — Москва: Высшая школа, 1990. 












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Данная работа содержит задания по изучению и употреблению фразовых глаголов в английском языке.

1. Look at the blackboard and write down the new words.

2. Do you want to look around your new house?

3. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

4. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

5. Look at Mary. She is much happier now.

6. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? Ill go shopping.

7. What are you looking for? Im looking for my sunglasses. I cant remember where I have put them.

8. Im looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

9. Looking ahead, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

10. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

11. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

Keys (TEST 1)

1. Look at the blackboard and write down the new words.

2. Do you want to look around your new house?

3. I will look through these files and see if I can find a copy of my document.

4. Bob is ill. Can you look in and see if he needs anything?

5. Look at Mary. She is much happier now.6. Could you look after the baby for a couple of hours? Ill go shopping.

7. What are you looking for? Im looking for my sunglasses. I cant remember where I have put them.

8. Im looking forward to meeting you in Moscow. I miss you so much!

9. Looking ahead, I think the company needs to produce some new goods.

10. She is the best person in the group for other students to look up to.

11. Grown up people often look back on their school days when they were young and healthy.

12. You can get ahead in learning foreign languages only if you work hard.

20. Dont be afraid! Get on this horse, its so quiet.

21. Oliver Twist had to get away from the place where he lived because people treated him badly.

22. She cant get over her shyness.

23. Lets get through this conversation. Im tired of it.

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