Phrasal Verbs 1 - E/J/ex
Terms in this set (25)
'Brian _______ed Judy _____ to dinner and a movie.'
'My friend _______ed me _____ when I was accused of cheating'
'I liked the bands music but their fashion ______ed me ______.'
'I need to _______ these shoes _____ before I run in the marathon next week.'
break out in
(n.s.) 'I started to _______ _____ ___ a rash after our camping trip.'
'I was worried the heavy rain would ______ ______ a landslide.'
'Jason _____ed the wedding ____ because he didn't love his fiancé.'
'You are still angry. You need to _____ _____ before driving the car.'
'You have to ______ _____ of the hotel before 11:00 AM.'
'I brought you some flowers to _______ you _____.'
come across as
(n.s.) 'My brother's new girlfriend _____s _____ ___ very clever and kind.'
(n.s.) 'The art of origami _______s _____ Asia.'
'We _______ ______ the old tree in our yard before it fell down'
'I always _______ the water jug _____ when it is empty.'
'I tried to _______ my point _____ to the judge but she wouldn't listen.'
get away with
(n.s.) 'Jason tried to _______ _____ ___ cheating on his maths test but the teacher caught him'
get back into
(n.s.) 'I'll finally _____ _____ ___ my novel and finish it.'
grow out of
(n.s.) 'The baby didn't take long to _____ _____ ___ her first shoes.'
(n.s.) 'Instead of going out we are just going to _______ _____ at home.'
'Jamie was ______ing _____ his tears at his grandfather's funeral.'
look out for
(n.s.) 'Don't forget to _______ _____ ___ snakes on the hiking trail.'
'Josie sometimes _______s _____ stories about being a princess.'
'Sorry! I've accidentally ____ _____ your bicycle in the driveway.'
'I have to _______ our new TV _____ because it doesn't work.'
'My grandparents offered to ______ us _____ for dinner and a movie.'