On these pages you will find more phrasal verb exercises to help you improve your vocabulary range for the IELTS test.
You are presented with 10 phrasal verbs and their definitions.
Following this are some sample IELTS questions with answersusing the verbs so you can seen them in use. Then there is a quiz to practice the words and test yourself.
Remember they are verbs and so they can take a tense, so they need careful practice to be able to use them properly.
|hand (something) in||Submit|
|get away with (something)||Do something without being noticed or punished|
|keep up with||Continue at the same rate|
|end up||To become eventually; turn out to be|
|fall behind||To fail to keep up a pace; lag behind.|
|drop out||Quit a class, school, university etc|
|look back on||Think about something that happened in the past|
|put forward||Suggest or state the case for something|
|catch up with||Reach the same level|
|pull out of||To stop being a part of something|
How well do you know the 10 words?
In this phrasal verb exercise, you have three choices to fill the gap. Choose the right word or the right word form if it is the same word.
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