Phrasal Verbs Worksheet For Class 8

Each sentence given below contains an incomplete phrasal verb. Complete the expression by supplying an appropriate preposition or adverb particle.

1. Please fill ……………………… this form. (out / in / up)

2. He rushed out without even doing ………..…………… the buttons on his shirt. (on / up / out)

3. I tripped on the cat and fell ………………………… (up / in / over)

4. What will you do if she finds ………………………….? (in / up / out)

5. It took her a long time to get ……………………………. the loss. (on / off / over)

6. The brave journalist didn’t give ………………………… to threats. ( out / up / in)

7. You will face many difficulties in life but never give …………………………. (up / in / off)

8. When she started singing we all joined ………………………….. (out / in / up)

9. Though he was in good form, he was left ………………………… of the team. (out / over / off)

10. Thank you so much for agreeing to look ………………………… my dogs while I am away. (up / after / on)

11. She is quite good at making ………………………….. stories. (out / up /on)

12. We have run ………………………… of rice. (up / over / out)

Answers

1. Please fill in/out this form. (To fill out or fill in a form is to write information in the spaces on a form.)

2. He rushed out without even doing up the buttons on his shirt. (To do something up is to fasten it.)

3. I tripped on the cat and fell over. (If a person falls over, they fall to the ground.)

4. What will you do if she finds out? (To find out is to learn the facts about something.)

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5. It took her a long time to get over the loss. (To get over is to become happy again after an unhappy experience.)

6. The brave journalist didn’t give in to threats. (To give in is to agree to do something although you are not happy about it.)

7. You will face many difficulties in life but never give up. (To give up is to stop trying to do it.)

8. When she started singing, we all joined in. (To join in something is to take part in an activity with other people.)

9. Though he was in good form, he was left out of the team. (To leave somebody out is to not include them.)

10. Thank you so much for agreeing to look after my dogs while I am away. (To look after someone is to take care of them.)

11. She is quite good at making up stories.  (To make something up is to invent something.)

12. We have run out of rice. (To run out of something is to have no more of something.)

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