Idiomatic Phrasal Verb Meanings - Advanced ESL Quiz

Choose the correct meaning for these idiomatic phrasal verbs in English

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1. He has gone through a lot over the past two years.

2. He mustered up enough to go to the horror film.

3. He gobbled up the turkey before I could have any.

4. He is going to have to face up to his past.

5. I would appreciate it if you could stick up for me the next time we see your mother.

6. Let's put off that meeting to next Monday.

7. Let's put David down. It'll be fun.

8. I have a great program that weeds out unwanted files.

9. Jack enjoyed hamming up his role in the new play.

10. Can you run that proposal by me?

11. Did you stock up on water before the storm?

12. He was very clever. He sniffed out the answer almost immediately.

13. Jack headed that problem off nicely.

14. Please don't harp on that. I know I shouldn't have bought it.

15. He set forth his opinion during his speech.

16. I'm trying to crank out a number of quizzes this month.

17. Jack ratted on Jill. Can you believe it?

18. We need to hash the procedure out.

Idiomatic Phrasal Verb Meanings - Advanced ESL Quiz

You got: % Correct. Phrasal Verb Expert

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Congratulations! You are a real master at phrasal verbs. Perhaps you'd like to challenge yourself with some more phrasal verb quizzes such as phrasal verbs with 'put', or phrasal verbs with 'take'

Remember that phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable. Here are some tips on how to study phrasal verbs

Idiomatic Phrasal Verb Meanings - Advanced ESL Quiz

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You've done a good job. Phrasal verbs can be especially confusing when they are used in idioms. Don't worry. Remember that phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable. Here are some tips on how to study phrasal verbs

Idiomatic Phrasal Verb Meanings - Advanced ESL Quiz

You got: % Correct. Phrasal Verb Beginner

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This was a difficult quiz because the phrasal verbs were idiomatic. Don't worry, learn how to recognize phrasal verbs and whether they are separable or inseparable.

He picked some German up in Munich. = separable

We looked after our friend's house for the weekend. = inseparable. 

Here are some tips on how to study phrasal verbs