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Check your English Vocabulary for Phrasal Verbs and Idioms (tài liệu Kiểm tra từ vựng tiếng Anh của bạn cho nội dung Mệnh đề động từ và Thành ngữ

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[...]... someone for doing something wrong (W) To start the day badly; to be in a bad mood (X) To start discussing small but important details (Y) To be unable to answer Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'give' Choose the word or words in bold to complete the phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions in italics in these sentences In one case, all options are possible The meaning of each phrasal. .. him for advice on buying a computer: he'll give you basic and useless information 35 30 (a) You'll be OK in the exam if you mug up before (b) You'll be OK in the exam if you have a drink before you do it (a) She never goes out without blinging up first (b) She never goes out without phoning her friends first Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'look' Exercise 1: Complete these phrasal verbs. .. someone cuts loose (for example, they cut loose from their family), they stop being influenced or controlled by them TRUE / FALSE 10 If you cut off your nose to spite your face, you work so hard and for so long that you become ill TRUE / FALSE 11 You have a train to catch and you are cutting it fine This means that you have arrived at the station very early and have plenty of time before the train leaves... FALSE Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'do' Exercise 1: Each of the sentences in the following sentence pairs can be completed with the same phrasal verb using do The meaning of the phrasal verb in its context is explained in italics at the end of each sentence Note that in some cases, you will need to change the form of the verb (for example, to a past participle) 1 (a) _ _ your. .. please Andy: OK, ! Andy: 14 Well, he doesn't like to boast about it How are you getting on in your new job, by the way? Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'cut' Exercise 1: Replace the words and expressions in bold with a phrasal verb from the box You will need to use some of the phrasal verbs more than once cut across cut back on cut down on cut in cut off cut out cut out of cut through... you when to / what for / why do / how far (an informal spoken expression which means that you will punish someone or speak to them severely because they have done something wrong) 25 Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'go' Exercise 1: Half of the phrasal verbs in the following sentences use the wrong particle or particles (in, on, about, etc) Decide which ones are wrong and replace them... presentation had finished, but the director went on speaking for another hour (to continue as before) 7 Before you sign the contract I suggest you go round it carefully with your solicitor (to check something carefully) 8 James and Annette have been going out with each other for over a year (to have a romantic relationship with someone, and spend a lot of time with them) 9 10 At first she thought her... something short (for example, you cut a visit short), you arrive early TRUE / FALSE 24 If something cuts both ways, it has both good and bad aspects TRUE / FALSE 25 16 If your friend has a plan, and you cut the ground out from under his feet, you offer to support him, usually by lending him money You and your friend own a car together, and your friend wants to sell it You tell him that you want your cut This... and _ all over Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'come' Exercise 1: Complete the phrasal verbs in sentences 1 – 14 with an appropriate particle or particles, and write these in the grid at the bottom of the page If you do this correctly, you will reveal a phrasal verb in the shaded vertical column that can be used to complete sentence 15 The meaning of each phrasal verb in its context... _ol_ hog and had a big lavish wedding (to do something in a very thorough or enthusiastic way) 2 After fifteen years with the company, Michael decided it was time to go it alo_e (to work for yourself and by yourself) 3 The bill comes to £66 Shall we go Du_c_? (when eating out with a friend or friends, each person pays for what they have eaten and drunk) 4 Hi, Charlotte How ar_ thin_s g_ing? (an informal . food and drink 23 – 24 Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'get' 25 Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'give' 26 – 27 Phrasal verbs, idioms and. Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'make' 35 – 36 Mixed idioms and other expressions 37 – 38 Mixed phrasal verbs 39 Mixed phrasal verbs and idioms 40 Idioms and other. 'go ' 28 Idioms and other expressions to talk about health, feelings and emotions 29 – 30 Informal phrasal verbs 31 – 32 Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'look' 33 – 34 Phrasal
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