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Choose the Correct Phrasal Verb

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Because you love phrasal verbs here's an exercise on them. Which preposition is needed to make the right phrasal verb to fit each sentence?

Link: Phrasal Verbs - test your knowledge

Link: The position of Phrasal Verbs

  • 1 - Don't be so angry. Try and 'calm ___ 'and relax.





  • 2 - I drank too much alcohol, became sick and 'threw ___' in the bathroom.





  • 3 - I'm too busy to meet with you today. Let's 'put ___' our meeting until tomorrow.





  • 4 - Sorry, you can't smoke in this room. Please, 'put ___' your cigarette.





  • 5 - I 'tried ___' four cars before I could find one that I liked.





  • 6 - She 'hung ___' the phone while I was trying to talk to her.





  • 7 - He kept putting his finger up his nose! Disgusting! It 'turned me ___'.





  • 8 - Paul looks unhappy. Let's try and 'cheer him ___'.





  • 9 - I eat too many sweets. I should 'cut ___' on them and eat less.





  • 10 - Terry invited me on holiday, but I need to 'think it ___' before I decide.