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Phrasal Verbs 2

go (along/along with/away/back/by/in/into/off/on/out of/over/round)

go along  to move forward:
Go along this road until you come to the post Office, then turn right.

go along with  to advance with; to agree with:
At the meeting everyone decided to go along with plans to build a new factory.

go away  to leave:
We havent heard of him since he went away.

go back  to return:
When shall we go back?
go by  to pass:
As I was waiting for a bus, Peter went by in his car.

go in/into  to enter:
We must get permission to go in/into the garden.

go off  to explode:
When a person steps on a land mine, it goes off.

go on  to continue:
If we go on working in the same way we can finish the work before five oclock.

go out of  to leave a place:
You should go out of the building when the alarm goes off.

go over  to repeat:
He went over the story to get the full meaning.

go around  to travel:
There are so many historical sites to go around in Turkey.

keep (off/on/to)
keep off 
 tos tay away from:

Children should keep off the grass in the park.

keep on  to continue doing something:
He keeps on working although he has obtained the right to retire.

keep to  to move in or towards:
If you keep to this street, you wont have any problem in getting to the station.

let (by/down/in/into/off/on/out/through)

let by/pass  to allow to pass:
The students moved aside to let the teacher by.

let down  to lower; to allow to drop; to disappoint:
Mother let a basket down from the balcony fort he greengrocer to put a few lemons in.
When my son behaved badly, he let his father down.

let in  to allow or enable to enter a place:
If somebody asks for me, let him in, please.

let into  to permit a person or an animal enter a place:
Please dont let anybody into the office without informing me.

let off  to allow to leave a vehicle; to allow to go without punishmnet:
The driver let me off at the wrong bus stop.
Although he had stolen some eggs, he was let off without a fine.

let on  to tell a secret:
They got engaged but they didnt let on as they were afraid of what their parents would say.

let out  to make clothing wider or bigger:
As Ayşe is growing so fast, her mother has had to let out her dress several times.
let through  to allow to pass through:
The police let the people through the door one by one.

look (after/at/for/in)
look after  to watch, to take care of:
Who looks after your child while you are at work?

look at  to see, to watch:
It is harmful for you to look at the television for a long time.

look for  to try to find something or someone:
I am looking for a cheaper hotel.

look in  to direct one’s eyes inside:
The woman called the police because a man kept looking in her window.

put (on/out)

put on  to dress:
She will put on her new dress for the first time tonight.

put out  make a fire, etc. stop burning:
fireman is a person whose job is to put out a fire.

run (into/out of/over)
run into  to hit:
The goalkeeper ran into the goal post by accident.

run out of  to have no further supply of; lack:
Civil servants usually run out of money two weeks after they get their salary.

run over  to knock down and wound with a vehicle:
The driver just avoided running over the child.


see (about/off/out/through/to)

see about  to deal with; to attend to:
I was busy seeing about our guests when you telephoned.

see off
  to be present to say goodbye to someone when he leaves:

We will go to the station to see off our guests.

see out  to escort a visitor to an exit; tol ast until the end:
I dont think we’ve got enough coal to see the winter out.

see through  to understand the true nature; to endure to the end:
Because I know Sarah so well, I could see through her lies but another person could easily have believed her.

see to  to attend to; care for:
I must see to my mother as she cant look after herself since her accident.

set (about/against/among/back/in/off)

set about  to attack:
The old lady was set about by a gang of young boys.

set against  to place next to:
The student set a dustbin against the door to prevent it from slamming.

set among  to put in the middle of:
Mother set a white rose among the red carnations in the vase.

set back  to stop the progress; to delay something till a later time or date:
Because of the bad weather they’ve had to set back their moving date.

set in  to begin; to blow or flow towards shore:
You’d better take some medicine before the sickness sets in.

set off  to cause something to explode; to set in motion:
The bomb was set off by remote control.

Exercise 1 .  Fill in the banks, using the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box.

set off/set back/set in/set about

1  The Project was ………………..when the government decided to stop payments.
2  His death occurred quickly once the cancer had …………………
3  When in New York dont go out late at night as you could be ………………..by gangs.
4  When the bomb squad arrived, they were able to …………………..the bomb without anyone getting hurt.


take (by/in/off)

take by  to seize:
When the child took the cat by its tail, it scratched his hand.

take in  to make clothes norrower or smaller:
As she has lost so much weight, her clothes need to be taken in.
take off  to remove (clothing, garment); (an aircraft) to leave the ground:
If you are hot, you may take off your jacket.
The aircraft took off at one oclock.

turn off  to cause to stop working by a switch or buton:
Dont forget to turn off the taps before going out.

turn on
  to light a lamp; to cause to begin working by a switch control, button:

It is dark, please turn on the lights.

tune (in/up)

tune in  to listen to a radio station or to move the switch of a raido to choose a certain station:
Please tune in the radio to FM Capital Radio.
Every morning I tune in to the BBC to listen to the world news.

tune up  to adjust a musical instument:
A violinist usually tunes up his instrument before starting his programme.

Exercise 2 .  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box. (CALL)

call up/ call for / call on / call at

1  I will …………………………your Office tomorrow afternoon.
2  The service bus ……………………….pupils between seven and seven-thirty.
3  Can I use your telephone? I want to ……………………..my father.
4  I usually…………………………..my parents on the first day of the festival.

Exercise 3 .  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box. (GO)

1  We………………….working until seven oclock yesterday evening.
2  A guard mustnt…………………..from the site of his duty.
3  While the children were playing with the misilse, it …………………….and killed them.
4  ………………..this road and you will see the park on your right.
5  The researchers ………………………..the cave one by one.
6  She …………………home to get her purse which she had forgotten.
7  Although the bus was empty, it ……………….the bus stop without stopping.
8  As soon as the rain stopped, the children ……………….of the house.
9  When the lights ………………………..people usually light candles.

Exercise 4.  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box. (GET/TAKE)

get on/take in/get on/take off/take/by

1  I want to have my trousers …………………..as they are too big.
2  What do you do when you ……………..a bus?
3  Moslems ……………..their shoes before entering amosque.
4  How are you ………………………..with your new job?
5  My grandfather used to …………………..me …………………….my hand and take me to the park when I was a child.

Exercise 5 .  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box. (Mixed)

run into/run over/run out of/let out/give up/give in/put on/put out


1  We need a tailor to ………………….these trousers as they are small for you.

2  When the car car stoppe suddenly, the lorry behind ………………it.
3  If you dont ……………..gambling, you will lose all your property one day.
4  We must be careful while crossing a busy road so as not to be ……………….
5  I wonder what we will do when we …………….our petrol reserves.
6  The commander called the terrorists to ……………..
7  Why dont you …………….your hat? You see the sun is just over our heads.
8  Please ………………..your cigarette. Smoking here is forbidden.

Exercise 6 .  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box. (KEEP)

 Keep on/keep off/keep to

1  Plaease ……………………..the garss.
2  According to this map, we must ……………………this route.
3  They ………………..discussing the matter for hours.

Exercise 406.  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box.
look at/look for/look after/look in

1  Who…………………..the patients in hospital?
2  Why are you ………………….me like that?
3  While the boys was …………………..the well, he dropped his hat.
4  What are you ………………over there in the garden?

Exercise 7.  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box. (SET)

set off/setting/in/set up

1  Who ………………………the Turkish flag first on the city walls of İstanbul in 1453?
2  We must ……………………..early in the morning to get there in time.
3  The soldiers were busy with ……………….the cannon balls………..boxes.
4  There is a technique ………………..a bomb by using remote control from a distance.

Exercise  8.  Use the proper form of the phrasal verbs in the box.

see off/see to/tune up/turn off/turn on

1  Please ……………………..the radio. I want to go to sleep.
2  It is very nice of you to come as far as the airport to ………….us……………
3  The musicians are busy now ……………..their instruments.
4  There is no need to …………………..all the lights, one will do.
5  Since the tourist doesnt know the way, I will ………………her………………….the garage.


Exercise 9.  Fill in the blanks with your own phrasal verbs.


1  Be careful! This old car may ……………………..on your way to Ankara.

2  We will ………………….my uncle at the garage tomorrow morning, this train is going to …………….at nine.
3  Who will ……………………..your baby sister while your mother is at work?
4  When the bell rings, they must …………………………..their classrooms.
5  In case a fire, we …………………the brigade.
6  If a mountaineers dont use their food economically, they will …………………….it in a short time.
7  There is a great damage to the car, it has just ………………….a pole by the road.
8  I asked the tailor to ………………….my coat since I had lost several kilos.
9  You’d better ………………………..your coat since it is getting colder and colder.
10  You can ………………………the bus at the next bus-stop.

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