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Phrasal verbs - snakes and ladders cards (2287)
45 snakes and ladders cards for these verbs: come, get, go, make, put, take and these particles: across, on, off, up, down, over, through Answers on cards.
 
 

 

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Phrasal verbs revision (292)
Gap fill to revise phrasal verbs in Inside Out Intermediate (old version), lexis # 1 and 2, page 75
 
 

 

 

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Phrasal verbs with get (338)
23-question phrasal verb quiz. **Question 3 - 'Children mustn't get ....... strangers' cars' gives the answer as 'in' rather than 'into'
 
 

 

Phrasal verbs with look (339)
20-question multiple-choice quiz
 
 

 

 
 

 

Phrasal verbs quiz 1 (1405)
Questions: 10; 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 (1406)
Questions: 20; 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 3 (1407)
Questions: 20; Type: short answer; Vocabulary: call back, carry on, come across, come over, come up with, count on, dawn on, drive away, end up, get over, give up, let down, look into, make up, pick up, put off, see through, take after, think over, use up
 
 

 

Phrasal verbs quiz 4 (1408)
Questions: 25; 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 (1409)
Questions: 25; 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
 
 

 



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General English course books (adults)


Inside Out Student's Book Advanced book cover Inside Out Student's Book Advanced 
Ceri Jones   Tania Bastow   
Unit 1 Identity  Pages 10 - 11  phrasal verbs
Listening: two women discuss Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus Analysis of phrasal verbs from the conversation - separable / non-separable
 

Inside Out Student's Book Intermediate book cover Inside Out Student's Book Intermediate 
Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 7 party  Page 59 
Follows from reading on page 58.
Unit 9 Soap  Page 75 
get over; break up with; talk through; go ahead with; go on; mess up
 

Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 
Vaughan Jones   Susan Kay   
Unit 4 Body  Pages 40 - 41
Eleven phrasal verbs in reading text (I know it's bad for me but I can't stop - smoking) + subsitution type exercises.
Unit 7 Review 1  Page 65 
Substitution exercise
 

New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 
Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 4 Challenge  Page 43   Vocabulary
Phrasal verb patters / position of object using examples from previous reading
Unit 4 Challenge  Page 43   Speaking
Students identify phrasal verbs in statements and say whether they identify with them
Unit 4 Challenge  Page 45   Vocabulary extra
Exercises on common phrasal verbs: spider graphs, gap fill, dictionary work.
 

Photocopiable resource books


Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) book cover Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) 
Colin Granger   John Plumb   
Categories 3 page 32  Page 32 
12 pics with verbs. Ss add particle.
 

General English adult course resource packs


Reward Upper-intermediate Resource Pack book cover Reward Upper-intermediate Resource Pack 
Susan Kay   
16a Snakes and ladders  Page 16 
Snakes and ladders game with gapped sentences on some squares. Phrasal verbs include both simple and idiomatic examples.
 


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