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SS1: English Evaluation Questions – Phrasal Verbs | Week 6

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SS1: English Evaluation Questions – Phrasal Verbs | Week 6

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pass, obtain, rise, appear, arisen, become detached, begin, continue, be extinguished, explode

Each of the following sentences contains a phrasal verb. Replace the phrasal verb with an appropriate word or expression from the list above.

Example

  1. Prices of items in the market have gone up.
  2. Prices of items in the market have risen.
  1. Money is difficult to come by.
  2. Night will soon come on.
  3. On a clear night, the stars come out.
  4. The problem has not come up.
  5. Two of my shirt buttons have come off.
  6. I won’t like this opportunity to go by.
  7. It seems that this bad weather will go on.
  8. I am afraid that gun will soon go off.
  9. He says the lights will soon go out.
  10. These days, prices always go up.

Source: Intensive English for SS1.  

ANSWERS

  1. come by         -       obtain
  2. come on           -       begin
  3. come out          -       appear
  4. come up           -       arisen
  5. come off           -       become detached
  6. go by                -       pass
  7. go on                -       continue
  8. go off                -       explode
  9. go out              -       be extinguished
  10. go up               -       rise

 

 

 

pass, obtain, rise, appear, arisen, become detached, begin, continue, be extinguished, explode

Each of the following sentences contains a phrasal verb. Replace the phrasal verb with an appropriate word or expression from the list above.

Example

  1. Prices of items in the market have gone up.
  2. Prices of items in the market have risen.
  1. Money is difficult to come by.
  2. Night will soon come on.
  3. On a clear night, the stars come out.
  4. The problem has not come up.
  5. Two of my shirt buttons have come off.
  6. I won’t like this opportunity to go by.
  7. It seems that this bad weather will go on.
  8. I am afraid that gun will soon go off.
  9. He says the lights will soon go out.
  10. These days, prices always go up.

Source: Intensive English for SS1.  

ANSWERS

  1. come by         -       obtain
  2. come on           -       begin
  3. come out          -       appear
  4. come up           -       arisen
  5. come off           -       become detached
  6. go by                -       pass
  7. go on                -       continue
  8. go off                -       explode
  9. go out              -       be extinguished
  10. go up               -       rise