For questions 1-10,
complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first
sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use
between two and five words, including the word given.
your answer in the
Your score will appear at the bottom of the page.
Use no contractions.
Use no capital letters, other than proper nouns or where punctuation demands.
Use the minimum possible amount of words, within the limits required.
The wrong answers will remain .
There is an example at the beginning.
0. I haven't seen you for years. (ages)
It's saw you.
Student: These exercises have to do with phrasal verbs. You will be given only one particle of each.
1. David was really tired and upset of the exercise. (up)
David was really the exercise.
2. We don't have any more sugar. It is al gone. (out)
We have completely sugar.
3. 'Where did you learn that strange accent?' Mrs Smith asked. (up)
Where did you accent?' Mrs Smith asked.
4. 'Please don't forget to turn the lights off as you leave', he reminded me. (out)
I was reminded to please as I left.
5. The engine must've had a bad problem. It was clanging loudly. (down)
The loud sound indicated that the engine .
6. It is pointless to have that old type writer repaired. (on)
It is no use to get that old type writer .
7. After the interrogation, she finally confessed to stealing the jewels. (down)
She when she was interrogated.
8. My uncle let us stay the night. (up)
My uncle the night.
9. She was in hospital when she regained consciousness. (to)
She was in hospital.
10. That relationship was meant to fail. (up)
They finally .