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Exercice de vocabulaire anglais: les phrasal verbs

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Complétez les phrases. Il y a plusieurs réponses possibles: choisissez la meilleure

1. To vomit = To ___________
a) throw up
b) cough up
c) let up

2. The opposite of “dressing up” is “dressing ___________”, which means wearing
informal clothes.
a) below
b) under
c) down

3. They talked it ___________ ( = discussed it) and decided to move to London.
a) on
b) over
c) above

4. I tried to keep it a secret, but somehow my father ___________.
a) found out
b) found away
c) tried out

5. I can’t believe you gave ___________ ( = revealed/described) the ending! I wanted to see that movie, but now there’s no point.
a) in
b) away
c) on

6. When are you going ___________ home? ( = returning home)
a) back
b) at
c) to

7. I love my husband, but I don’t get ___________ with his mother. ( = we don’t like each other)
a) around
b) along
c) up

8. They called ___________ ( = cancelled) the meeting because one of the managers couldn’t make it.
a) off
b) out
c) away

9. When a soldier is asked to report for duty, you can say that he/she has been “called ___________.”
a) off
b) up
c) away

10. Thanks for ___________ me up. ( = making me feel better)
a) jeering
b) joking
c) cheering

 

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  1. To vomit = To throw up
  2. The opposite of “dressing up” is “dressing down”, which means wearing
    informal clothes.
  3. They talked it over and decided to move to London.
  4. I tried to keep it a secret, but somehow my father found out.
  5. I can’t believe you gave away the ending! I wanted to see that movie, but now there’s no point.
  6. When are you going back home?
  7. I love my husband, but I don’t get along with his mother.
  8. They called off the meeting because one of the managers couldn’t make it.
  9. When a soldier is asked to report for duty, you can say that he/she has been “called up.”
  10. Thanks for cheering me up.

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