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Phrasal verbs exercises

Phrasal verbs - exercises. How to learn phrasal verbs?

Phrasal verbs - ćwiczenia. Jak się uczyć phrasal verbs?

If you really want to learn dozens of English phrasal verbs, you have to do some exercises. Reading a list, even 20 times, is not enough. The method used here is much more effective than passive reading, because by doing some exercises you need to prove that you actually remember the verb, the particle (preposition) and the meaning. So, have a good look at the list of phrasal verbs and then complete all the exercises that come with the list. (You have to do the exercises in the correct order from 1 do 4.)
If you notice that a given list includes phrasal verbs that are too easy for you, skip it and find something more difficult (Soon, there will be more lists to choose from.) If you know only half of the phrasal verbs listed, you should do the exercises! Good luck!

1. Phrasal verbs list 1 + exercises

phrasal verb


example sentence

look out

be careful

Look out! There's a motorbike coming!

hold on


Can you hold on a minute, please?

grow up

become an adult

What do you want to do when you grow up?

slow down

do something more slowly

Slow down, the speed limit here is only 30.

carry on

continue doing something

Carry on doing your homework. Don't go anyhwere!

take off

leave the ground (used about aircraft)

My plane takes off tomorrow at 7.30.

break down

stop working (used about machines)

I was late for school yesterday because the bus suddenly broke down.

wash up

wash the dishes after a meal

Shall I help you to wash up after the party?

fall over

lose your balance and hit the ground

I didn't notice the step and I fell over.

fill in

complete (a form) by writing something

Please fill in this form now.

try on

put on clothes to see if they are the right size

These trousers look great. Can I try them on?

put out

stop a fire

The firefighters put the fire out in 10 minutes.

exercise 1

exercise 2

exercise 3

exercise 4


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