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Phrasal Verbs with Out

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English has a large number of phrasal verbs, many of which use the preposition out.

For example go out means to leave your home for a short time. Also, remember that some phrasal verbs can have more than one meaning. Go out also means to have a boyfriend/girlfriend.

Look at the context of each sentence and choose the correct definition. Good luck!

  • 1. I've got a problem that needs to be SORTED OUT as soon as possible.

  • 2. My friend is visiting my city for a few days and he needs help with SORTING OUT accommodation.

  • 3. We've almost RUN OUT OF petrol and need to find a petrol station.

  • 4. While checking my friend's facebook status I FOUND OUT that she's gotten engaged to her boyfriend.

  • 5. My boss often gets angry and CHEWS people OUT for small mistakes.

  • 6. Remember when he told us about the time he met Celine Dion? Well, it TURNS OUT that he actually lied.

  • 7. In high school I FELL OUT with my best friend and we never spoke to each other again.

  • 8. I love MAKING OUT with my husband. He's a fantastic kisser.

  • 9. Every month I need to WORK OUT a budget before I start spending my money.

  • 10. There was a huge fire in the forest. It took firefighters hours to PUT it OUT.



It was easy.Thank you.

Was really confused in the

Was really confused in the 6th MCQ!But all other was write!