English language quizzes
Phrasal verbs quiz 3
I'm not going out. I still haven't got __________ my cold.
Don't worry. I'll be there. I won't __________ you down .
She's gone to lunch. Could you ______ back after two?
It's an interesting proposal. I'll think it __________ and let you know next week.
She ___________ up some Spanish when she was in Madrid.
We have been ___________ into ways of reducing waste.
If you charge such high prices, you'll ____________ away your customers.
I've decided to _____________ up chocolate for the New Year.
Don't worry - they're testing the fire alarm. ________ on with what you are doing.
He ________ after his dad. They're both crazy about football.
I've lost my book. Let me know if you come ___________ it.
Sorry I was so rude. I don't know what came _________ me.
No one knows who first _______ up with the idea of the wheel, but it was a good one!
He's very loyal. You can always ________ on his support.
I wondered why she didn't say anything. Then it __________ on me: she didn't speak English!
It was a long evening. We started in the pub and ___________ up in a night club at 3 a.m.
I don't believe a word you're saying. You're __________ it all up.
I can't make it tomorrow so we'll have to ______ the meeting off until next week.
Try not to ______ up all the paper - we've only got a little bit left.
I knew he was trying to trick us. I could ________ through him straight away.
Quizzes - multiple choice / short answer
Phrasal verbs quiz 1
; Type: MC
; Vocabulary: bottle up, come up with, flick through, get down, pick up, put across,
put up with, sort out, talk through, think through
Phrasal verbs quiz 2
; Type: short answer
; Vocabulary: break down, burn down, clear up, come out, come up with
get down to, get on, get over, go for, go off, join in, keep up, look after, look up, put on, set off
take off, take up, try on, turn up
Phrasal verbs quiz 4
; Type: MC
Vocabulary: come across, come off, come on, come over, come up, get off, get on,
get over, get through to, go down, go off, go on, go through, make over, make up, put across, put down, put on, put through,
put up, take on, take over, take up,
Phrasal verbs quiz 5
; Type: MC
Vocabulary: come across as, come off, come over, get across, get down to,
get off, get up to, go off, go up, make off, make up, put across, put off, put up, put up with, take down, take off, take on, take over, take through
Work clothing vocabulary.
News story in graded English about woman who was sent home for refusing to wear high-heeled shoes.
Three articles in graded English with lead-in and comprehension tasks.
Jigsaw reading for groups of three.
Grammar follow-up on participle clauses (PDF advanced version)