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Travel Phrasal Verbs

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Here's an exercise to see how much you remember about these phrasal verbs which are all used to talk about travel and holidays. Decide which phrasal verb fits in each gap. Then check and see if any of them need to be in a different tense.

Remember, it's really important to double check your work for little mistakes!

Good luck!

By Caroline Devane

Summer Holiday

We like to get away to somewhere warm every year (we spend most of the year looking forward to it)! This year we decided on the Greek Island of Kos. My brother gave us a lift to the airport and saw us off. After saying goodbye to him we boarded the plane and took off. As soon as we arrived at the hotel we checked in and took our luggage to our room. Because it was still early we decided to look around the town. We were very impressed with Kos. We enjoyed ourselves so much that time flew by and before we knew it, it was time to go back home.

  • Get away - to leave to go somewhere often for a break or holiday.
  • Look forward - to excited about something that is going to happen.
  • See off - to go to the place that someone is leaving from to say goodbye to them
  • Take off - when an aircraft leaves and begins to fly
  • Check in - to register at a hotel or airport.
  • Look around - to look at what is near you, in your area.
  • Get back -to return.

Complete these sentences with the correct phrasal verb. Change the tense when needed:

  • 1. I'm so exhausted. I think it's time for a holiday, I really need to away.
  • 2. We have to at the hotel after 12PM.
  • 3. Are you to going back to Cape Town?
  • 4. I need to my Mum at the airport, she is going to New York.
  • 5. Let's have a the village before we have dinner.
  • 6. What time does the plane ?
  • 7. I to London on July 4th.