Phrasal verb particles
each of the six questions choose the one
correct answer. There are two
possible answers for question 5.
she died, she gave ________ all her money to a
charity for cats.
boy! Dont walk ________ when Im speaking to you.
Ouch! Hes fallen ________ his motorbike and broken
Would you mind taking ________ your shoes when you
dont feel like cooking, lets order a
you pick ________ a few things in the supermarket?
We need milk,
and loo rolls.
Phrasal verb particles answers
a) away - If you give something
away, you offer something without charging
for it. Correct
b) out - If you give something out,
you distribute it, e.g. the teacher gave out the
c) on - Give on does not exist.
d) off - Something can give off a
a) on - You can walk on something,
e.g. They went for a romantic walk on the
b) to - He walked to the shops
because he needed the exercise.
c) away - Walk away from someone
is the opposite of walk towards to
d) out - You can walk out of a room,
or walk out of a relationship, e.g. He walked
out after 15 years of marriage.
a) off - You get on a bike or
a horse, so therefore you fall off.
b) away - Fallen away is not
c) out of - Out of is the opposite
of in e.g. The baby fell out of the pram!
d) down - Someone can fall down, but
not fall down something
a) away - If you take something
away, you move it to another place.
b) on - You can put on your shoes,
but whats the opposite of put on?
c) off You take off what you put
d) out - If you take something out,
you put it outside.
5. Two answers are possible for this
a) out - Take out is correct, but
is mainly used in American English what do
we say in British English? Correct
b) up - Take up is not correct.
c) in - If you take something in,
you understand it. E.g. I couldnt take in the bit
about computers it was too
d) away - Take-away is a verb but in
this case a noun (it can also be an
adjective take-away food). Correct
a) off - Pick off is not correct.
b) in - Pick in is not correct.
c) up - If you pick something up you
buy, collect or get it. E.g. Ill pick up the
children from school.
d) away - Pick away is not