|MIXED PHRASAL VERBS (2)|
Choose the correct phrasal verb in italics.
1. I couldn't bear to speak to Jeff any longer so I hung out / hung over / hung up the phone.
2. Alan was telling everyone at the party about all the famous people he knows. I told him to stop putting off / showing off / wearing off .
3. We waited for Stewart for half an hour but he didn't end up / put up / turn up.
4. I bumped into / looked up to / showed up Debra yesterday at the bank. What a surprise! I didn't know she was back in town.
5. Scotland's a beautiful country. Don't let the weather put you down / off / out taking a holiday there.
6. We have to write an essay on the Spanish Civil War so I'm going to look up / see off / watch out some information on it in the encyclopaedia.
7. The meeting has been called off / kicked off / told off because three members of staff have come down with / come into / come up with flu.
1. The politician's speech went away / went on / went with for so long and was so tedious that people were getting drowsy and nodding off / sleeping in / waking up.
2. That bright orange top doesn't get along with / get on with / go with those red trousers. Why don't you pick on / put on / take on that lovely black shirt of yours instead?
3. That chicken you have in the fridge smells a bit strange. I think it's broken down / gone off / run out.
4. Sadly by the time the firefighters were able to put out / scare off / turn off the fire much of the building had already been destroyed.
5. Ewan was spoken up / talked into / told off by his teacher for not doing his homework.
6. Kristen is keen to get fit so she's decided to call up / catch up / take up swimming and Pilates.
7. The acronym WWW calls for / stands for / stands up to World Wide Web.
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