Food Idioms

Click the answer button to see the correct answer. 1. The "cream of the crop" means it is ___. a. the worst b. the best
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2. To "egg on" means to ___. a. encourage b. discourage
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3. If it's "just your cup of tea", it is ___. a. perfect b. all wrong
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4. If you are "cool as a cucumber", you are ___. a. panicked b. calm
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5. If you "have a finger in the pie", you are ___ in something. a. involved b. disinterested
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6. "Use your noodle" means ___. a. act b. think
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7. "In a nutshell" means ___. a. concisely b. it is finished
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8. "In the soup" means ___. a. in serious trouble b. having a good time
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9. "A hot potato" is a question which ___. a. answers itself b. is difficult to settle
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10. If you "eat humble pie" you ___. a. accept shame

b. are defensive
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Idioms Beginning with A
Click the answer button to see the correct answer. 1. "A bit" means ___. a. some thing to eat b. to help someone c. a small amount
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2. "About time" means ___. a. at the right time b. soon c. at last
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3. "Across the board" means ___. a. everyone or everything is included b. to travel between countries c. uninteresting
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4. To "act up" means ___. a. to share an idea b. to behave badly c. to pretend to be rich
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5. A man "after my own heart" means ___. a. liking the same things as me b. looks like me c. follows me
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6. "Against the clock" means ___. a. a new record b. a test of speed or time c. an impossible task
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7. "All along" means ___. a. all the time b. to agree c. altogether
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8. "All hours" means ___. a. at regular times b. at irregular times c. every hour
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9. "Along in years" means ___. a. getting old b. getting tired c. becoming successful
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10. "And then some" means ___. a. not many b. and only a few c. and a lot more
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Phrasal Verb Practice -Assorted Verbs
Click the answer button to see the answer. 1. The concert was ___ because of the rain. a. called off b. blacked out c. turned off 2. How did he ___ their bad behavior. a. come to b. account for c. jot down 3. He must be about 90. He is really ___. a. getting on b. bringing up c. bringing forward 4. In the end everything ___ OK. a. turned out b. wore out c. climb up 5. Can you ___ all right or should I get a ladder? a. fall through b. climb down
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6. I am sorry that I am late. I got ___ in traffic. a. lifted off b. held down c. caught up
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7. I was so angry that I ___ in protest. a. gave up b. walked out c. ran over
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8. The man was ___ of jail early for good behavior. a. let out b. bent down c. sent down
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9. Even though he was tired, he ___ going. a. kept on b. brought out c. fell over
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10. After the accident a lot of people ___. a. turned out b. set out c. crowded around
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Phrasal Verbs with "Down"
Click the answer button to see the answer. 1. To be hit by a car or bus is the same as to be ___ down. a. cooled b. marked c. knocked 2. To reduce the amount you do something is the same as to ___ down. a. cut b. tear c. fall 
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3. To fail to do something when someone is relying on you is the same as to ___ down someone. a. let b. quieten c. sit
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4. To let something become less hot is the same as to let it ___ down. a. lie b. cool c. tone
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5. If it is raining very heavily, it is the same as to ___ down rain. a. pour b. cut c. tear
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6. To have a lot of stress is similar to being ___ down by a lot of problems. a. poured b. cut c. weighted
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7. To pass things from father to son is the same as to ___ down from generation to generation. a. calm b. hand c. climb
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8. To relax from stress is the same as to ___ down. a. wind b. lie c. let
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9. To write a note is the same as to ___ down something. a. jot b. scale c. tie
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10. To make something appear less serious than it is is the same as to ___ down something. a. slam b. set c. play
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around c. out A nsw er 3. out b. with c. out b. Let's go ___ for dinner tonight? a. in b. What colour did he go ___? a. Why did the alarm go ___ like that? a. down c. 1. over b. a. off c. through A nsw er 4. down A nsw er 5. Put the milk in the fridge or it will go ___. through A nsw er . out b. Let's go ___ to the river to swim. off c.Phrasal Verbs with "Go/Come" Click the answer button to see the answer. for A nsw er 2. a.

.6. out b. over c. in c. His aunt just died so he will come ___ a lot of money. in c. for b. in c. Will the stain come ___ if I wash it? a. a. a. up b. out b. down A nsw er 9. up b. through A nsw er Phrasal Verbs with "Into" Click the answer button to see the answer. up A nsw er 7. That book will come ___ very useful. She said she would come ___ and visit today a. up c. The question didn't come ___ so I was happy. into A nsw er 8. a. down A nsw er 10.

keep A nsw er 2. a. a. burst c. a. go b. break A nsw er 4. come b. look b. bump b. fly b. move c. To join the army is the same as to ___ into the army. run . To fit into something later is the same as to ___ into it.1. get c. grow A nsw er 6. rush c. a. let b. make c. To inherit money is the same as to ___ into money. let c. To make a quick decision about something is the same as to ___ into something. a. check A nsw er 5. To suddenly cry is the same as to ___ into tears. a. To meet someone unexpectedly is the same as to ___ into someone. look A nsw er 3.

a. make c. up . let A nsw er 8. off c. a. She couldn't keep ___ the payments so she lost the house. To have to borrow money is the same as to ___ into debt. a. To check and find out what happened is the same as to ___ into something. a. tune c. on b. To go and register at a hotel is the same as to ___ into a hotel. get c. 1. make c.A nsw er 7. look b. pull A nsw er Phrasal Verbs with "Keep/Bring" Click the answer button to see the answer. a. look b. get b. check A nsw er 9. To drive off the road into a gasoline station is the same as to ___ into the gas station. crowd A nsw er 10. pull b.

up A nsw er 3. off c. on A nsw er 6. away b. She keeps ___ about him even though he has left. She likes to keep ___ with the latest fashions. back c. in b. Does this bring ___ memories. This spray will keep ___ the bugs. away b. off c. a. a. a. away b. up A nsw er 4. on A nsw er 5. a.A nsw er 2. back A nsw er 7. on c. The doctor said that I have to keep ___ alcohol. on b. She had to bring ___ the children by herself. . a. off c.

out A nsw er 8. up b. for A nsw er . in A nsw er Phrasal Verbs with "Make/Pull" Click the answer button to see the answer. you should make ___ the park. up b. 1. up c. on b.a. on A nsw er 9. along c. back b. back c. Did he ever bring ___ that book? a. out A nsw er 10. out b. If there is an earthquake. up c. Can I bring ___ my friend? a. up c. Being a teacher doesn't bring ___ much money a. a.

for b. up A nsw er 5. off b. over A nsw er 6. a. through c. The man made ___ with all her money. It took 20 years for them to make ___ after their fight. a. up c. a.2. a. a. out A nsw er 4. Can you help me pull ___ these boots? a. over c. It was so foggy that she couldn't make ___ the road ahead. for b. in A nsw er 7. our c. back b. out b. The doctors think she can't pull ___ another heart attack. up A nsw er 3. off c. over c. up b. out . I wish she wouldn't make ___ stories like that.

The sun is so bright. by A nsw er 2. by . in c. on b.A nsw er 8. into b. but it was refused. over c. in A nsw er 10. 1. in c. by A nsw er 9. She doesn't exercise anymore so she has put ___ weight. out b. down A nsw er Phrasal Verbs with "Put" Click the answer button to see the answer. He put ___ for a transfer. over c. in b. a. a. a. a. I think I just saw dad's car pull ___ the driveway. over c. Do you mind if I pull ___ the blinds. on b. A famous man like him always pulls ___ the crowds. a.

a. . in c. My back is really painful. out b. up c. in c. a. on A nsw er 4. up b. The game was put ___ until next month. over A nsw er 5. My father put ___ the money to buy the house. People often put ___ her opinions. I told her she couldn't come down until all her clothes were put ___. in b. down A nsw er 6. a. Taxes are going to be put ___ next year. since I put it ___.A nsw er 3. a. out A nsw er 8. off b. away A nsw er 7. on c. down b. in c. a.

away A nsw er 9. by A nsw er Phrasal Verbs with "Up" Click the answer button to see the answer. To stick a poster to a wall is the same as to ___ up a poster. stand           2. off c. shoot b. liven b. up A nsw er 10. a. Will you help me put ___ this poster? a. put c. speak c. out b. a. Will the last one to leave please put ___the candles? a. over b. over b. through c. in c. stand . 1.a. To go from sitting to standing is the same as to ___ up.

a. a. fill c. stand b. look c. a. clean b. a. seal c. To ask someone to talk loudly so that you can hear them is the same as to ___ up. hurry A nsw er 4. cheer A nsw er 7. To become happy after being sad or miserable is the same as to ___ up. a. ask c. speak A nsw er 5. To clean a room is the same as to ___ up. cheer A nsw er 6. To rush so that you aren't late is the same as to ___ up. talk b. hurry b. put b. lock c. To put nice clothes on and look smart is the same as to ___ up. a. cheer . dress A nsw er 8. grow c.3. heal b. To go from being a child to being an adult is the same as to ___ up.

dig c. a. blow b. split c. it is the same as a problem has just ___ up. To divide into groups is the same as to ___ up. a.A nsw er 9. shoot b. make A nsw er 10. stay c. mess c. look b. lock A nsw er Phrasal Verbs with "Up" Click the answer button to see the answer. lighten A nsw er . own b. To go faster and faster is the same as to ___ up. cropped A nsw er 3. To not go to bed early is the same as to ___ up. beat A nsw er 4. speed A nsw er 2. call c. To admit you have done something wrong is the same as to ___ up. To explode a bomb in a building is the same as to ___ up a building. 1. a. screw b. lit b. a. beat c. If a problem suddenly happens. a. a.

punch or kick someone. To redo your lipstick and tidy up your hair and appearance is the same as to ___ up. a. To fasten your coat is the same as to ___ up your coat. drink A nsw er 12. sum b. kick c. a. turn b. pull b. do A nsw er 6. dig A nsw er 8. call A nsw er 10. try b. hold c. it is the same as to ___ up. try b. line b. a. it's the same as to ___ up someone. a. liven A nsw er 7. hold c. a. If you hit. pull b. tighten c. a. bottle b. stir c. a. call A nsw er 13. To finish your drink quickly because you are leaving is the same as to ___ up. beat A nsw er 11. kick A nsw er 9. bottle c. keep b. sum . polish c. To not share your feeling with anyone is the same as to ___ up your feelings. To make something louder is the same as to ___ up the volume. If you form a queue to get something. a. To try to find some information or thing from the past is the same as to ___ up something. freshen c.5. To make or create trouble is the same as to ___ up trouble. a.

turn b. To support something or stop something is the same as to ___ it up. brush A nsw er 19. To stop outside of somewhere is the same as to ___ up outside. a.c. I am so tired today because I ___ up early. a. draw b. To not be able to speak or move because of fright or worry is the same as to ___ up. a. To appear univited is the same as to ___ up. keep b. fold c. polish A nsw er 17. a. hold c. fold b. freeze c. hang c. hold b. flare A nsw er 16. screw b. pull A nsw er 15. got A nsw er . hang A nsw er 18. To make a mistake is the same as to ___ up. built b. cheer c. a. a. pile A nsw er 14. kick c. kick c. turn A nsw er Phrasal Verb Practice Using "Up" Click the answer button to see the answer. To practice a skill you have already is the same as to ___ up a skill. a. 1.

freshend c. bring c. a. a. If you don't ___ up. a. I missed a lot of classes so I have to work hard to ___ up. a. lock A nsw er 3. mix b. kept A nsw er 7. gave . look c. picked A nsw er 10. a. The boy ___ up his seat to the old lady. set b. The police ___ up the political demonstration. use A nsw er 4. put c. got b. look c. hurry b. catch c. cheer A nsw er 9. broke A nsw er 8. draw A nsw er 5. I don't know the telephone number so I'll have to ___ it up. a. The traffic was ___ up because of road work. crop A nsw er 6. a.2. held b. a. a. I can't believe he ___ up the bill and paid for our dinner. we will be late. get b. bring c. You should always ___ up any words you don't know in a dictionary. made b. save b. blow b. Her husband died so she had to ___ up the children alone. turned c.

To kill someone in informal English is to ___ with them.c. a. do over 4. run off with b. break down c. beat them up c. hold down c. a. hold in b. To steal or take something without asking is to ___. hold up 3. a. break in #" !  #" !  #" !  #" !      2. put one over 5.Crime Click the answer button to see the answer. pull them over b. do away . came A nsw er Phrasal Verbs . break out b. To steal money from a bank by using force is a ___. 1. To hurt someone badly by hitting or kicking is to ___. do without c. a. a. To get into a building or car using force is to ___.

To not punish someone for their crime is to ___. lock them up b. beat it up b. stay A nsw er 6. get away with b. a. do them in c. a. pick through A nsw er . have away c. a. To succeed in not being punished for a crime is to ___ it a.b. let them off c. a. blow them up A nsw er 9. To put someone in prison is to ___. blow it up c. To destroy something with a bomb is to ___. turn them in c. To take a criminal to the police is to ___. knock it over A nsw er 7. make off with c. turn them down A nsw er 8. turn them over b. give them over b. put them away A nsw er 10.

get on with them c. peep them in c. clam up b. a. carried away b. carried off c. To make someone feel good is to __. do them in A nsw er 3.Emotions Click the answer button to see the answer. calm down A nsw er 5. 1. To make someone feel upset or angry is to ___. get to them c. a. wash out c. jump them b.Phrasal Verbs . To make someone unhappy is to ___. To stop feeling upset or angry about something is to ___. perk them up b. get them down A nsw er 2. a. get over them b. carried over A nsw er . a. a. rack them up A nsw er 4. To be so excited that you lose control is to get ___.

To eat food very quickly is to ___. pig out c. 1. gnaw it b. strip down b. pig out b. To eat less of something to improve your health is to ___ on it. whip it up A nsw er 2. a. pick at it A nsw er 3. bolt it down b.6. If you only eat a small amount of a meal. cut back c. bolt it down c. roll out c. run A nsw er . To eat a lot of food is to ___. a. a.Food and Drink Click the answer button to see the answer. freak out c. throw out A nsw er Phrasal Verbs . liven up b. a. To start behaving in a violent or strange way is to ___. a. you ___. wear out A nsw er 4.

knock it back A nsw er 6. tide it over b.5. 1. fight it off A nsw er 3. knock it over b. cave in c. comes out b. ruffle it up b. take it away A nsw er 2. If a part of your body gets bigger and rounder because of injury or illness it ___. a. pick it up b. To get an illness from someone is to ___. truck it in c. a. warm it up c. To heat food again that has already been cooked is to ___. To drink a lot of alcohol is to ___. a. a. kicks in c. a. pick it up A nsw er Phrasal Verbs .Illness Click the answer button to see the answer. To try hard to get rid of an illness is to ___. swells up A nsw er . knock it in c.

knock over A nsw er Phrasal Verbs . go out b. go on c. run out b. toss out c. If you speak for a long time. throw up b. you ___. a. dip into A nsw er 6.Speaking Click the answer button to see the answer. a. a. get over it c. run on A nsw er . To be able to eat or drink without vomiting is to ___. Another expression for vomiting is to ___. a. edge on A nsw er 2.4. black out c. get on b. pass out A nsw er 5. 1. keep it down b. you ___. If you talk too long on one subject. a. To become unconscious is to ___. run over c.

butt in b. shut out c.3. shut in . figure out c. a. reel off b. rabbit on A nsw er 5. a. An informal word that means the same is to ___. shut up b. To make someone stop talking is to ___. tie off A nsw er 6. ease up b. To say something suddenly and without thinking is to ___. tread on b. go over A nsw er 7. a. blurt out A nsw er 8. rub in c. rattle off c. If you say something you have learned quickly and without stopping. unwind c. a. ramble on A nsw er 4. knock down b. a. To say something while another person is talking is to ___. a. rope off c. Another way to say this is ___. you ___.

talk over b. a. To speak to someone without letting them answer is to ___. To think about something that has happened is to ___. come over A nsw er 3.Thinking Click the answer button to see the answer. a.A nsw er 9. wipe out b. a. A nsw er Phrasal Verbs . go over. a. a solution or plan is to ___. chip in A nsw er 2. come out with c. dry up c. talk to A nsw er 10. come up with b. think over c. a. talk at c. 1. To think carefully about an idea before making a decision is to ___. To think of a suggestion. figure out b. run over . To suddenly stop talking in the middle of a speech because you have forgotten what to say it to ___.

but not seriously is to ___. think up A nsw er 5. go over it c.b. play with it A nsw er . To think of a very imaginative and not really possible plan is to ___. To create an idea. go with A nsw er 4. figure it out c. work out b. a. To think about an idea. a. think it up b. a. bring it out c. think it out b. or plan using your imagination is to ___. To find the answer to something through deep thinking is ___. dream it up b. a. think over c. come out with A nsw er 7. shut it out A nsw er 6. toy with it b. dream about it c. go over c. To stop yourself from thinking about something is to ___. a. work it out A nsw er 8.

gets away b. To show your ticket and get your seat at the airport is to ___. gets in c. When the aircraft leaves the ground it ___. set off A nsw er 5. takes over c. gets over A nsw er . The time a train. get over b.Travel Click the answer button to see the answer. To go on holiday especially because you need a rest is to ___. go off c. 1. a. To start on a journey is to ___. check out b. set in b. takes off b. check off c. set by c. a. a. check in A nsw er 3. a. takes in A nsw er 4. bus or plane arrives is when it ___. get away A nsw er 2. a.Phrasal Verbs .

F. is counted ___ the best singers / dancers in the 20th century. A nsw er 9. a. so if you're planning to buy one.6. stop off b. a. A nsw er 8. A nsw er 7. T. stop over c. stop by b. She has lost count ___ how many times she has watched the program. stop on A nsw er 7. A nsw er . Count ___ twenty and then open your eyes. A nsw er 4. A nsw er 5. A nsw er 2. A nsw er 3. J. I can't go to the party next week so please count me ___. I didn't count ___ arriving late for the meeting today. stop on A nsw er Quiz on Idiomatic Preposition: COUNT Read the questions and choose the best answers. Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. Form groups of four. stop away c. J. A nsw er 6. please count me ___. To visit somewhere for a short time when you are going somewhere is to ___. They are starting to count ___ before the spacecraft takes off. then start counting ___ from one to four. was counted ___ in the seventh round. I love pizza. 1. A nsw er 10. You can count ___ me when you are in trouble. To stay somewhere for a length of time when you are on a long journey is to ___.

A nsw er 4. You can come ___ to my house anytime. After the typhoon. A nsw er . keep ___ the good work. A nsw er 7. A nsw er 6. A nsw er 3. A nsw er 3.Idiomatic Preposition . Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. everything started coming ___. A nsw er 4. Please try to keep the secret ___ yourselves. The new magazine is scheduled to come ___ next week. mild winds came ___ in the afternoon. A nsw er 2. let me tell you that I come ___ Niigata. A nsw er 8. 1. She has been busy all week. but it did not come ___. I am always around. When the police asked him questions. and now she is coming ___ with a cold. The mother is keeping an eye ___ the baby because it might fall. A nsw er 5. Don't go beyond the line. They put up a small business last year. You have been doing so well. She is trying to keep away ___ the influence of bad friends. The guests started to come ___ before the concert began. It is hard to keep pace ___ the hard life in the university. A nsw er 5.Keep Read the questions and choose the best answers.Come Read the questions and choose the best answers. keep ___ the left side of the street. To start with. 1. A nsw er 6. A nsw er Idiomatic Preposition . Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. A nsw er 2.

The Great Wall of China was not thick enough to ___ back the invading hordes. fell c. play c. a. felt d. fall c. figure d. hold b. The boys ___ fire to a big haystack. Expressions Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. Must I ___ back the book. He ___ asleep during the long lecture. fall b. think A nsw er 3. I used to ___ on to my Mom's dress when we crossed the street. The policemen asked the onlookers to keep ____. A nsw er 8. feel A nsw er 2. set c. a. push A nsw er 6. give . hand c. A nsw er 4. a. return d. 1. or is it a gift I may keep? a. a. a. settled b. Then click the answer button to see the correct answer. hang b. I can't ___ out what has happened to him. hold c. give A nsw er 5. We have been trying to keep our expenses ___.7. fill b. turn b. caught. placed d. pull d.

d. Be c. He ___ after his father in that he has blue eyes. Keep A nsw er 8. 1. into b. not to earn money. down A nsw er 2. turn b. Put d. a. Then click the answer button to see the correct answer. ___ in mind that you are working to improve your ability. gets A nsw er 9. into c. bend d. Think b. out c. caused b. takes c. a. Why do I always have to ___ over backwards to please him? a. looks b. said A nsw er 10. The burglar broke ___ the house and stole all their money and jewelry. goes d. thought c. forth A nsw er . away b. go A nsw er 7. a. go A nsw er Expressions with Break Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. move c. The firefighters had to break the door ___ to rescue the little girl. brought d. a. a. I don't know what ___ about her tears.

down A nsw er Expressions with Come Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. Then click the answer button to see the correct answer. up A nsw er 4. through b. a. to b. a. a. down c. away c. off b. I don't know why their marriage is breaking ___ . a. before 2. 1.3. out A nsw er 7. Mary feels miserable. a. a. Scientists will break ___ in their search for new sources of energy. for she's just broken ___ her boyfriend. through c. up c. a. panic broke ___ in the city. up c. in b. The farmer himself came ___ the intruders. The idea came ___ her while she was reading "Hamlet". After two hours of hard work. We have to break ___ all our emotional barriers to feel free. out A nsw er 8. in c. with b. about c. we decided to break ___ for a little cup of coffee. When he spread the news. a. up b. into A nsw er 6. away b. into A nsw er 5. before A nsw er .

through b. out b. upon c. He was lucky to come ___ without any scratches. to c. Nobody wants to come ___ as a witness of the crime. down 10. after 3. over b. across 4. by 12. He came ___ with a good solution to the problem. a. It's springtime. away A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er A nsw er . about b. round c. off 9. a. a. a. a. Look how beautiful it is! All the flowers are coming ___ . under c. I don't want it to come ___ in your hands. up 11. Be careful! It's really fragile. in b. I wonder why his experiment never came ___ . on 6. along c. The Canadian swimmer came ___ first. between c. off c. a. at 7. out c. down 5. The terrible scene of the crime continues to come ___ to me now and then. a. from b. a. apart c. a. The properties will come ___ him on his father's death. back b.b. a. apart b. I came ___ Madonna at that big hotel. after b. off 8. forward c.

in b. The manager failed to get his ideas ___ to the employees. away A nsw er 5. about b. a. Ok. a. It's time to get ___ to business. away A nsw er 7. up b. apart A nsw er Expressions with Get Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. out c. 1. a. out c. away b. in A nsw er 2. across b. down A nsw er 3. She is very well-paid. down c.b. a. into c. so she can get ___ without any help from him. Stop getting ___ my nerves! a. I don't think they can easily get ___ from prison. in A nsw er 6. by A nsw er 4. The teacher was lucky to get the truth ___ of him. a. over c. on b. I hope you don't get ___ trouble again. at . down c. Then click the answer button to see the correct answer. into b. on c. a.

1. a. The little boy was forced to give ___ to his brother's wishes. I doubt she'll ever get ___ her trauma. away c. a. in A nsw er Expressions with Give Use the correct preposition to complete these expressions with give. Don't forget to give my books ___ . a. A nsw er 2. away c. on b. If you're in trouble. The rumors of his dismissal will soon get ___ . about A nsw er 12. I give ___ . This problem is too difficult to solve. over c. through A nsw er 10.c. by b. along b. a. on c. up c. A nsw er 4. I need some help. A nsw er 3. He gave ___ all his fortune to charities. down A nsw er 8. about A nsw er 11. I need to study for my exams. A nsw er . What time do you usually get ___ ? a. Click the answer button to see the correct answer. about b. I can't get ___ all this work. get ___ to a lawyer. out b. in A nsw er 9.

A nsw er 8. It used to be a tradition for the bride to be given ___ by her father. a. off b.5. in c. After a week camping. in A nsw er 4. The price of gas did not go ___ as we expected. my dear. in A nsw er . too. Time goes ___ quickly. by b. about c. a. A nsw er Expressions with Go Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. away A nsw er 2. Why did he go ___ on his word? a. Remember to give all your papers ___ by Monday morning so that I can grade them. after b. for it gives ___ a very pleasant smell. A nsw er 6. Then click the answer button to see the correct answer. on b. This must be a special type of writing paper. My complaint goes ___ you. a. His time after school was given ___ to sports. for c. all our food supplies gave ___ . down A nsw er 5. I don't think you should go ___ a job in that company. back c. A nsw er 9. A nsw er 7. 1. for c. a. to A nsw er 3. after b.

What's going ___ here! a. by b. Don't you think we should go ___ our plans again? a. against b. into A nsw er 7. a. for b. on A nsw er 9. Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. I believe she'll never go ___ for sewing. in b. a. through c. together b. on A nsw er 11. I guess John didn't go ___ well with Mary's parents. in c. round b. John is not happy because his son went ___ the Army. forth A nsw er 12. off c.6. ahead A nsw er Expressions With Keep Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. forward c. a. down b. a. Love and hate normally go ___ . to c. . out A nsw er 8. about c. What he said goes ___ his principles. over A nsw er 10. a. down c.

out c. Shut the door and keep the dogs ___ of the house. at b. to c. he'll go bankrupt. Bob is trying hard to keep ___ with the rest of his class. away b. a. down A nsw er 5. in c. off b. on A nsw er 6. If he doesn't keep ___ the expenses. a. back A nsw er 7. out A nsw er 2. off c. in b. a. They may get burn. for he always kept ___ his promises. in c. off A nsw er 3. a. a. a. with c. She always reads the paper and watches TV to keep ___ with the latest news. at A nsw er 4. a. up b. You will succeed if you keep ___ doing it well. He never let us down. Try to keep the children ___ from the fire. away b. up .1.

If you keep ___ your work. Click the answer button to see the correct answer. Look! The sign says: "Keep ___ the grass". a. on c. 1. in b. a. She couldn't keep the secret ___ from her parents. out b.b. away A nsw er 11. at A nsw er . away A nsw er 9. We should advise children to keep ___ drugs. a. after b. a. with c. out b. back A nsw er 10. at A nsw er Expressions with Look Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. out b. Who is going to look ___ the child while her mother is away? a. for c. off c. in A nsw er 8. away c. off c. you'll like it.

she started to look ___ on the people she used to work with. on b. I'm looking ___ to visiting my relatives in California. for c. for c. out A nsw er 8. a. a. up b. about b. a. in A nsw er 4. I'm sure you have written that down. look it ___ in the dictionary. round b. If you don't know the word. up b. to c. at c. down A nsw er 3. together A nsw er 9. into A nsw er 10. for . At this moment. He is really lucky! He got a room that looks ___ on the sea. We must look ___ all the applications before we decide to hire someone. for b. a. in A nsw er 6. forward c. over c. up c. over A nsw er 5. for b. When she got the promotion.2. Students usually look ___ the counselor to help them choose a career. at b. a. forward c. up b. it's nonsense to look ___ results. a. a. a. People looked ___ him as a great leader. a. Look ___ your notes and you will find it. up A nsw er 7.

a. a. out . into b. over b. at A nsw er Expressions With Make You need a browser. Nothing will make ___ for their inefficiency. The room was big. I have already made ___ my mind about it. out c. up A nsw er 5. out c. Don't trust him. a. He always makes ___ stories. such as Netscape. on A nsw er 2. up b. out c. make ___ a list of items you want to buy. Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. off A nsw er 3. a. of c. into c. The police don't know who made ___ with the money of that big company. Before going to the supermarket. for b. a. which can display forms to use this page. Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. out b. How is he making ___ with his new girlfriend? a. off c. 1. in b. up A nsw er 4. a. so they made it ___ a conference room. away A nsw er 7. for A nsw er 6.c. into b.

They are too small. 1. such as Netscape. after A nsw er 10. When he sees blood. Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. off c. a. Only good employer-employee relationships can make ___ good production. He tried to pass himself ___ as the leader of the community. out A nsw er Expressions With Pass You need a browser. a. off A nsw er 4. which can display forms to use this page. after A nsw er 9. a. in b. He's passed ___ bad moments in his life. through b. on A nsw er 2. up b. out c. he passes ___ . out c. a. a. off A nsw er 3. over b. a. away c. The thief ran but the police made ___ him and caught him. off c. out . after A nsw er 8.c. Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. by b. at b. for c. up b. I'm so sorry to hear that your father has passed ___ . a. I can hardly make ___ the letters on that sign.

a. He runs ___ every pretty girl he sees at school. over A nsw er 3. away A nsw er 5. a. Why did he try to run ___ from home? a. a. which can display forms to use this page. Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. up b. off b. on c. on A nsw er 6. Then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer. Read the book and then pass it ___ to a friend. in b. He is too young to pass ___ a member of this committee. into b. a. The children remained quiet as the parade passed ___ . on b. after b. I always run ___ old students of mine when I go to that cafeteria. for A nsw er 7. a. after . across c. by c. in b. a. out c. away A nsw er 2. If you're clever. you should never pass ___ an opportunity. such as Netscape. off A nsw er Expressions With Run You need a browser.c. off c. 1. out c. off A nsw er 8.

That man runs ___ his monthly salary in less than a week. in A nsw er 4. down c. Yesterday I ran ___ an old friend of mine at the supermarket. for b. a. They ran ___ against several problems when they tried to build the bridge in that area. off A nsw er 10. over . into c. He ran ___ with his best friend's girlfriend. a. off b. on A nsw er 6. off b. on A nsw er 7. a. on c. for c. into A nsw er 5. a. up A nsw er 11. I don't know how many candidates are running ___ President. off A nsw er 12. after c. over c. up b. away b. a.c. at A nsw er 8. away b. out c. John didn't notice he had run ___ his neighbor's little dog. a. in A nsw er 9. a. in b. at b. a. The thief ran ___ with all the money and jewelry he found in the house. We ran ___ of beer when the party was half over. a. through c. The police ran ___ all the people who were near the scene of the horrible crime.

John did not accept the job. on b. over c. a.b. away b. The shop owner decided to take US$5. off A nsw er Expressions with Take Read the sentences and choose the best alternative. I know you are tired and disappointed. after A nsw er 7. out c. out c. on A nsw er 2. a. Have the children taken ___ their new teacher? a. out A nsw er 6. Don't forget to take ___ notes of everything he says at the conference. but don't take it ___ on me. a. Little children like to take their toys ___. a. down b. up b. apart b. out b. away c. off c. out c. to .00 ___ the price. How can I take all these stains ___ from my tablecloth? a. a. for he did not want to take ___ all those responsibilities. 1. for A nsw er 5. apart A nsw er 3. Click the answer button to see the correct answer. on c. away A nsw er 4. off b.

a. You'd better turn the lights _____. away A nsw er 11. at A nsw er 9. 4. The plane will take ___ in ten minutes. a. into b. 5. The meeting will start in ten minutes. for c. after b. but was turned _____ due to his health problems. off A nsw er 10. out b. A nsw er He wanted to join the army. after A nsw er 12.c. You should take your brother ___ on his offer to help you do it. in c. A nsw er . Take ___ account everything he's done for us. a. Click the answer button to see the correct answer. 1. 2. into b. in c. up b. These big books shouldn't be taken ___ from the library. on A nsw er Expressions with Turn Use the correct preposition in these sentences with turn. 3. in c. a. in c. A nsw er I wonder why he hasn't turned _____ yet. A nsw er One's success usually turns _____ one's qualifications. over A nsw er 8. Don't let yourself be taken ___ by anyone. a. This room is to dark. A nsw er The teacher asked me to turn this piece of prose _____ verse.

My boss is tall. e. b. You are happy. If I tell you my boss is "a snake in the grass. don't forget to turn _____ the lights. You are a war weapon. c. I like to swim instead of work." I most likely mean: a. 1. If someone said. You have a bad temper. I will be angry. Tomorrow. 8. You are dangerous. d. and I can not get a job.6. "You are the bomb!" she or he probably would be telling you: a. What does the expression "out to lunch" mean when the person described is not literally having lunch? a. I will be up a creek" mean? a. The person likes lunch and eats all day long. The person is eating. I will go to the creek to see if there is work there. The person is uneducated. d. d. Only one hundred people were admitted to the stadium. 7. The person is not concentrating or focusing and seems weird. b. e. b. I can not swim. c. b. I will be in trouble. What does the expression "If I do not get a job soon. The person has a great sense of humor. A nsw er He turned _____ the management of the company to his oldest son. c. A nsw er 4. . e. A nsw er Strange Expressions Do you know what these idioms mean? Click the answer button to see the answer. A nsw er 3. All the other people had to be turned _____ . My boss is sneaky or deceitful. A nsw er Before leaving the house. You are exceptional and/or wonderful. A nsw er 2.

When someone is described as being "flighty" that person described is probably: a. e. A nsw er 8. Someone who flys kites. The person is a doctor. My boss is a wonderful human being. e. e. Get a date for moving furniture. d. An airline pilot. To live forever. Mail a letter. My boss eats mice. Get a stamp of approval on something. A nsw er 7. A nsw er 6. c. A nsw er 9. The person is wealthy. To take the enemy's pictures off the wall. To unite with the enemy for a common goal.c. The person is sickly. To stay alive as long as you can. c. b. To ignore the enemy. My boss likes to be outdoors. b. d. d. e. To kill the enemy. c. The person is fun to work with. b. The person is difficult or bad-tempered. d. Light. b. If you were to tell me to "get a move on it. c. Someone who loves flyng. e. . Hurry up or go quickly. Indecisive and unpredictable. What does it mean when someone is described as being a "pill"? a. To make friends with the enemy. What does it mean "to take down" an enemy? a." you probably would be saying: a. b. A nsw er 5. What does it mean to "live and let live"? a. Jump up and down. d.

At first he didn't want to go. A nsw er 9. The guests were talking ___ what they had done for the year. A nsw er 8. Everyone was getting ___ very well. 1. A nsw er 7. A nsw er New Year's Eve Phrasal Verbs Click the answer button to see the answer. d. A nsw er 10. To do what one wishes and let others do the same. To play cards instead of taking the test. A nsw er 3. What does it mean to "ace a test"? a. We showed ___ late. e. As we counted ___ to the New Year. At the stroke of midnight. they had already opened ___ a case of champagne. A nsw er 6. my neighbors asked me to come ___ to their house for a party. but I talked him ___ it.c. everyone started to get excited. A nsw er 11. A nsw er 5. A nsw er 4. To earn an "A" or "100%" on an exam or assignment. By the time we got there. c. We put ___ our party hats and went to the party. I invited my friend to go with me. A nsw er 2. d. e. One New Year's Eve. To resist aging. To save dying animals. To skip the test. the fireworks went ___. To throw the test away. A nsw er 10. We thought ___ different things we wanted to do for the upcoming year. To fail the test even after studying. b. So we wrote ___ our New Year's Eve resolutions. A nsw er .

The sky was lit ___. my friend ran ___ his boss. A nsw er 15. So my friend took ___ as soon as he could. I got ___ home when the sun came ___. A nsw er . A nsw er 13. At the party.12. A nsw er 14.

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