Category: Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verbs.

Put a suitable preposition to make a correct phrasal verb.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. Due to the heavy snowfall today's classes have been called .2. The last survey carried in our school shows that most of the students don't like the staff.3. Their new album will come in December.4. Mark is said to go with Eve.5. I felt dizzy and had to pull so that nothing bad happened.6. I feel under the weather. I think I've come with flu.7. I came a beautiful dress and I couldn't stop myself from buying it.8. You should cut on drinking if you don't want to get addicted.9. When it comes computers, Helen has no experience.10. I bumped this unique coin in the nearby wood.11. At last the sun broke the clouds so we started sunbathing.12. The army has called me . I don't know what to do.13. Someone broke our flat and stole a lot of pricey items.14. I'll let you if you promise not to do that again.15. Our car had broken so we had to go on foot.