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Phrasal Verb Olympics

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  • - She's kind of a snob. - Yeah, I don't like the way she _____ down on people.
    - She's kind of a snob. - Yeah, I don't like the way she looks down on people.
  • I really need to _____ away for a few days.
    I really need to get away for a few days.
  • _____ in all the blanks when you _____ out this form.
    Fill in all the blanks when you fill out this form.
  • She's really _____ forward to seeing you.
    She's really looking forward to seeing you.
  • What do you think would _____ him up?
    What do you think would cheer him up?
  • What did he say before he _____ up?
    What did he say before he hung up?
  • You really need to _____ up.
    You really need to grow up.
  • Fortunately, he was able to _____ out the fire.
    Fortunately, he was able to put out the fire.
  • She finally _____ him back.
    She finally called him back.
  • I _____ across some money on my way home.
    I came across some money on my way home.
  • She decided to _____ off the meeting.
    She decided to call off the meeting.
  • _____ after your dreams. Never _____ up!
    Go after your dreams. Never give up!
  • When you talk to them, I don't think it's a good idea to _____ that up.
    When you talk to them, I don't think it's a good idea to bring that up.
  • She just _____ out what happened.
    She just found out what happened.
  • Somebody _____ in and stole their TV.
    Somebody broke in and stole their TV.
  • If it's incorrect, just _____ it out.
    If it's incorrect, just cross it out.
  • Why are they _____ it from us?
    Why are they keeping it from us?
  • How long has she been _____ out with him?
    How long has she been going out with him?
  • You can do it; just _____ in there.
    You can do it; just hang in there.
  • It's a formal event so we need to _____ up.
    It's a formal event so we need to dress up.
  • They can't seem to _____ along.
    They can't seem to get along.
  • They were _____ them away.
    They were giving them away.
  • _____ on a second; I'll be right there.
    Hang/hold on a second; I'll be right there.
  • You really need to _____ down.
    You really need to calm down.
  • Is my hair starting to _____ out?
    Is my hair starting to fall out?
  • I _____ up with him because he was _____ on me.
    I broke up with him because he was cheating on me.
  • I hope I _____ my point across.
    I hope I got my point across.
  • You're falling behind; you'd better _____ up.
    You're falling behind; you'd better catch up.
  • I don't feel like _____ in tonight. Let's _____ out.
    I don't feel like staying in tonight. Let's go out.
  • _____ it all the way up.
    Fill it all the way up.
  • I think I'm _____ down with a cold.
    I think I'm coming down with a cold.
  • He's _____ behind in his work.
    He's falling behind in his work.
  • Let's _____ together again soon.
    Let's get together again soon.
  • We should probably _____ it over again.
    We should probably do it over again.
  • Come on, it's time to _____ up.
    Come on, it's time to wake up.
  • It's your mess so _____ it up.
    It's your mess so clean it up.
  • He _____ out what to do.
    He figured out what to do.
  • His car _____ down on the way to work yesterday.
    His car broke down on the way to work yesterday.
  • When do you have to _____ in your report?
    When do you have to hand in your report?
  • They were really close but then they _____ apart.
    They were really close but then they grew apart.
  • He slipped and _____ down.
    He slipped and fell down.
  • He _____ it together but then it _____ apart.
    He put it together but then it came/fell apart.
  • - Did you go to the party? -No, I _____ up staying home.
    - Did you go to the party? -No, I ended up staying home.
  • I'm glad you decided to _____ by.
    I'm glad you decided to come/drop by.
  • Yesterday he _____ her out on a date; she _____ him down.
    Yesterday he asked her out on a date; she turned him down.
  • _____ out what I just got!
    Check out what I just got!
  • You're doing a great job. _____ it up!
    You're doing a great job. Keep it up!
  • I'm sorry; I know I _____ you down.
    I'm sorry; I know I let you down.
  • He promised to _____ after her.
    He promised to look after her.
  • Didn't you hear? They're not together anymore. They _____ up.
    Didn't you hear? They're not together anymore. They broke up.
  • He forgot to _____ up his computer and he lost all his files.
    He forgot to back up his computer and he lost all his files.