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BÀI TẬP NGỮ ĐỘNG TỪ (Phrasal verbs)

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BÀI TP NGỮ ĐỘNG T(Phrasal verbs)

Exercise 1: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. When the police investigate a crime, they evidence such as fingerprints, hair, or clothing.

    1. look after B. look up to C. look for D. look into

  1. “Do you

your new roommate, or do you two argue?”

    1. keep in touch with B. get along with

C. on good terms with D. get used to

  1. After months of testing, the Russian space scientists a space suit that works better than any other in history.

    1. came to B. came up with

C. came up to D. came out with

  1. Let’s check our hotel room

before we pay for it.

    1. out B. away C. up D. off

  1. He lost the tennis match, so we will try to cheer him .

    1. off B. away C. on D. up

  2. The mechanic broke the engine its many components.

    1. up into B. into C. down into D. off into

  3. The couple broke their engagement after they had a huge argument.

    1. in B. over C. off D. away

  4. The new mayor will bring a change in local government policies.

    1. with B. out C. up D. about

  5. Sara said she took golf so that she could meet more interesting people.

    1. on B. over C. back D. up

  6. Try this bicycle to determine if you feel comfortable on it.

    1. out B. on C. off D. at
Exercise 2: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. She turned the first offer because she wanted more money for her house.

    1. off B. away C. out D. down

  2. They decided to name the new baby boy Grandpa.

    1. of B. after C. with D. as

  3. Mom told her little boy to put all his toys before coming to dinner.

    1. out B. off C. away D. in

  1. The couple put their wedding

until next year.

    1. off B. up C. on D. away

  1. The gunman told the victim to hand all his money.

    1. out B. over C. in D. off

  2. Don’t throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it .

    1. up B. over C. on D. in

  3. The supervisor told her to keep the good work.

    1. out B. away C. off D. up

  4. Man is killing all the fish in the sea.

    1. out B. away C. off D. up

  1. If you leave any information, the form will be returned to you.

    1. down B. out C. up D. away

  2. Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone they show you proper identification.

    1. in B. out C. off D. on

Exercise 3: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. Look this document carefully before you sign it.

    1. up B. on C. at D. over

  1. If you don’t know what a word means, look it

in the dictionary.

    1. over B. up C. on D. at

  1. I couldn’t make all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.

    1. up B. out C. clear D. up with

  2. Tony and Nancy always kiss and make after their arguments.

    1. up B. off C. with D. up with

  3. Cross my name because I won’t be able to attend.

    1. out B. down C. up D. away

  4. She will cut the number of cigarettes she smokes.

    1. off B. in C. up D. down

  5. Have you figured how to solve the problem yet?

    1. out B. on C. in D. of

  6. After you fill the application form , sign it and date it.

    1. on B. off C. out D. with

  7. You should always fill your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.

    1. off B. up C. in D. out

  8. All students must hand their homework the day after it is assigned.

    1. out B. on C. to B„ in
Exercise 4: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. The daughter looked her mother after her mom was sent home from the hospital with a broken hip.

    1. upon B. after C. on D. at

  1. Why don’t you look

this situation and see if you can figure out a way to

fix it without spending too much money?

    1. into B. on C. up D. out

  1. My grandfather passed when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.

    1. out B. over C. away D. off

  2. Every day many of us have to put people that we don’t like.

    1. on with B. off with C. up D. up with

  1. Nancy ran Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.

    1. over B. across C. upon Do onto

  2. If you go hiking, you should watch for poison oak and snakes. Both can cause you problems.

    1. over B. up C. out D. on

  1. Let’s get

the bus at the next stop. We can visit the museum and catch

another bus in a couple of hours.

    1. onto B. out C. in D. off

  1. When the student got the test, he gave it to the teacher.

    1. over with B. through with C. through at D. over

  1. If you’re going to give

smoking, you must have a lot of will power.

    1. away B. up C. in to D. off

  1. After you write your report, give it to your boss. He will go it and make

any necessary changes.

    1. upon B. through with C. over D. with
Exercise 5: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. She kept taking the real estate exam until she finally passed it and got her license.

    1. on B. onto C. in D. at

  2. Kids have to walk fast if they want to their parents on a stroll through the park.

    1. keep with B. keep up with

C. keep on to D. keep over with

  1. You’d better cut

animal fat if you want to lower your cholesterol level.

    1. down with B. off with

C. out in D. down on

  1. I wish my friends would call me first before they drop .

    1. in B. out C. at D. off

  2. Sales of the toy dropped sharply when the TV news reported that a child had swallowed part of the toy and almost died.

    1. out B. over C. away D. off

  1. People who don’t get

their coworkers sometimes don’t last long at their jobs.

    1. up with B. along with C. on to D. by with

  1. At a crime scene, the police will tell you to get back. They don’t want civilians to interfere the investigation.

    1. at B. on C. with D. into

  1. The boy was always getting trouble as a youth. Then, to everyone's surprise, he became a policeman.

    1. into B. onto C. on D. with

  2. Mankind has managed to wipe many kinds of animals.

    1. away B. off C. out D. over

  3. My car broke on the way to work. I had to call a tow truck.

    1. down B. up C. off D. away
Exercise 6: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. Before you finish this project, check your supervisor for further instructions.

    1. on B. on with C. back with D. up

  2. As soon as we got to the motel, we checked .

    1. at B. in C. on D. off

  3. While looking for my nail clipper, I came a knife that I thought I had lost.

    1. at B. with C. up D. across

  1. We’ve

out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.

A. come B. taken C. gone D. run

  1. It’s difficult to

luxuries when you’re used to having them.

    1. cut down on B. cut down at

C. cut off on D. cut down into

  1. I missed the seven o’clock news on the radio this morning. I

up too late.

    1. came B. turned C. grew D. woke

  1. Governments should international laws against terrorism.

    1. bring up B. bring about C. bring in D. bring back

  2. You can’t possibly say no to such a wonderful job offer. It’s too good to .

    1. turn it up B. turn it down

C. put it up D. put it down

  1. Eva was born in the South, but she grew in the North.

    1. up B. on C. about D. at

  1. “What

a lot of flights.”

your flight?” “There was a big snowstorm in Denver that delayed

    1. delayed up B. postponed up

C. held up D. hung up
Exercise 7: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. “Can you read that sign?” “Just a minute. Let me

my glasses.”

    1. put off B. put on C. put with D. put away

  1. This is Bob speaking. I need my pocket calculator. Can I have it back tomorrow? 1



    1. do with B. do without

C. deal with D. deal without

  1. “That old paint that you have stored in your garage is a fine hazard.” “You’re right. I should it.”

    1. get away from B. get rid of

C. get through with D. get along with

  1. “You must be anxious to go on your vacation.” “I certainly am. I’m really this trip.”

    1. looking for B. looking forward

C. looking forward to D. looking up to

  1. “Who

out that tie for you?” “No one. I chose it myself.”

    1. bought B. brought C. turned D. picked

  1. We didn’t like John when we first met him, but he has turned good

friend to us.

    1. down B. up C. on D. out

to be a

  1. “Have you

this contract yet?” “Not yet. I’ll try to read it this weekend.

    1. looked over B. looked into

C. looked up D. looked out

  1. After ten minutes, the students in their quizzes to the instructor.

    1. gave B. had C. held D. handed

  1. “Hello, is Bill there?” “Yes,

a minute, and I’ll get him.”

    1. hang on B. hang up

C. hold on D. A and c are correct

  1. I was talking to my aunt when suddenly my cousin George in on our conversation.

    1. interrupted B. broke C. went D. intervened
Exercise 8: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. The building work has been by bad weather.

    1. given up B. held up C. lain down D. turned off

  2. Michael could hardly wait to his new bicycle.

    1. sit down B. turn back C. try out D. put on

  3. You should look the word in the dictionary.

    1. after B. up C. into D: at

  4. John takes other children’s toys and doesn’t want to give them .

    1. to B. in C. away D. back

  5. With that bad temper, he certainly after his father. He is exactly the same.

A. takes

B. looks

C. goes

D. puts

6. I seem to to spend all my time


A. going away

B. trying out

C. filling in

D. lying down

7. That’s him off that bus over there!

A. dropping

B. taking

C. going

D. getting

8. There you are at last! I was wondering when you’d


A. look B. turn

C. hold

D. give

9. This hike is pretty exhausting. I don’t think I can go any further. I need to rest.

A. on B. out

C. in

D. to

10. This cold has lasted too long. I feel like I’ll never get it.

A. away B. back

C. over

D. with
Exercise 9: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

  1. Some managers are supposed to meet each other at the end of the month to talk

their monthly performance reviews.

    1. under B. about C. into D. along

  1. I can’t walk in these high-heeled boots. I keep .

    1. falling off B. falling back C. falling over D. falling out

  2. Old people are often looked by their children when they get older.

    1. for B. up C. after D. into

  3. Don't worry about trying to catch last train home, as we can easily you up for the night.

    1. keep B. put C. take D. set

  4. The meeting has been put to Friday as many people have got flu.

    1. up B. in C. out D. back

  5. She kept her son because he had a high temperature.

    1. on B. in C. off D. out

  6. Learning English isn’t so difficult once you .

    1. get on it B. get off it C. get down to it D. get down with it

  1. Mr. Chan’s main role in the company for the next two weeks is to look

right person to take over Mr. Shaw’s position when he leaves at the end of the month.

    1. in B. for C. over D. from

  1. People unanimously agreed that John would have performed a great deal better under more circumstances.

    1. favourable B. favourably C. favourite D. favour

  2. Quite soon, the world is going to energy resources.

    1. get into B. run out of C. keep up with D. come up against

Exercise 10: Mark the letter Ay B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the

following questions.

  1. Deborah is going to take extra lessons to what she missed while she was away.

    1. catch up on B. cut down on C. take up with D. put up with

  2. The meeting has been brought to Monday due to the seriousness of the situation.

    1. on B. out C. down D. forward

  3. People are always advised to smoking because of its harm to their health.

    1. cut down B. cut off C. cut in D. cut down on

  4. It took Ted a long time to get the breakup of his marriage.

    1. over B. across C. along with D. through

  5. Please and see us some time. You’re always welcome.

    1. come around B. come about C. come to D. come away

  6. She never says anything good about me. She is forever running me .

    1. over B. down C. out D. off

  7. The teacher asked a difficult question, but finally Ted a good answer.

    1. came up to B. came out at C. came up with D. came out for

  8. We intend to with the old system as soon as wehave developed a better one.

    1. do up B. do away C. do down D. do in

  9. The concert was because of the heavy rain.

    1. put out B. called off C. run out D. set off

  10. Nothing can the loss of the child.

    1. make up with B. make up for C. do with D. come up with

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