Phrasal Verbs with Bring - Quiz for English Learners

Do you know these challenging phrasal verbs with 'bring'?

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1. They used some strong vodka to bring him _______.

2. I'd like to bring the meeting __________ a few hours if that is alright with you.

3. I was brought _____ in the countryside by my aunt.

4. I need to bring these books ______ to the library this afternoon.

5. The accident was brought __________ by his careless driving.

6. I was really happy when I finally brought that new contract ______.

7. Smithers brought her latest book _____ last year.

8. The new computer expert was brought ____ to solve the problem.

9. I don't mean to bring you _____, but your favorite baseball team lost the game.

10. Could I bring ____ a new subject?

11. He brought the rowboat ____ and let his sister get off.

12. I'm afraid he brought his troubles ______ himself.

13. The policeman brought the criminal _____, but unfortunately hurt himself in the act of doing so.

14. Did you bring _____ the subject with your boss?

15. The revolution was brought ______ by the regime's lack of trust.

Phrasal Verbs with Bring - Quiz for English Learners

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Congratulations! You know a lot of phrasal verbs with 'bring'. Congratulations! Remember that phrasal verbs are transitive or intransitive, as well as separable and inseparable. You can study more phrasal verbs with this reference list

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 You understand a number of phrasal verbs with 'bring', but there are certainly more that you can learn. Remember that phrasal verbs are separable when they separate to take an object or inseparable when they must stay together.

He brought the subject up. = separable

I looked after the cat. = inseparable. 

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You'll need to study more phrasal verbs with 'bring'. There are thousands of phrasal verbs, so take your time! Remember that phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable. Learn how to study phrasal verbs and continue learning.

He brought the subject up. = separable

I looked after the cat. = inseparable.