Phrasal Verbs Quiz. Welcome to the Phrasal Verbs Quiz! As a language learner, mastering phrasal verbs is essential for effective communication in English. Phrasal verbs are combinations of a verb and one or more particles that create a new, idiomatic meaning that can be different from the original verb. They are a common feature of everyday English, but they can also be challenging to learn due to the many possible combinations and the subtle differences in meaning between them.
This quiz will test your knowledge of phrasal verbs and help you to identify common mistakes in their usage. So, get ready to put your grammar skills to the test and see how well you know your phrasal verbs!
Phrasal Verbs Quiz
So, let’s get started! Take our Phrasal Verbs Quiz and challenge yourself to improve your language skills. Good luck!
Note: These questions' source is English Grammar in Use book, so if you get a wrong answer, you will get a hint to revise the units shown after each answer. You can download the book by clicking here.
#1. I’m surprised to hear that Kate and Paul have ............ . They seemed very happy together.
#2. We can’t ........... making a decision. We have to decide now.
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 140.
#3. Children under 16 ........... half the population of the city.
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 143.
#4. Nobody believed Paul at first, but he .......... to be right.
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 139.
#5. ‘Have you finished painting the kitchen?’ ‘Nearly. I’ll ............ tomorrow.’
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 141.
#6. You can always rely on Paul. He’ll never .............. .
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 142.
#7. These shoes are uncomfortable. I’m going to ............. .
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 137.
#8. I parked in a no-parking zone, but I ........... it.
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 145.
#9. They were playing cards, so I ............ .
If you got a wrong answer, study unit 138.