Phrasal Verbs Practice – 110

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Phrasal Verbs

 

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 110

fall out
to have a quarrel

fall out with
.Carrie’s always falling out with people
: if a tooth or your hair falls out, it is then no longer attached to your body
.The drugs made her hair fall out
if soldiers fall out, they stop standing in a line and move away to different places

fire away
: (spoken used to tell someone that you are ready to answer questions ( only in imperative
.Do you mind if I ask you something, Woody? Fire away

Fill something in
to paint or draw over the space inside a shape
: to write all the necessary information on an official document, form etc
.Don’t forget to fill in your boarding cards

fill in for someone
to do someone’s job because they are not there
.I’m filling in for Joe for a few days

fill somebody in
to tell someone about recent events, especially because they have been away from a place

fill somebody in on
.I think you’d better fill me in on what’s been happening

 

: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

Fill in (2) / fill in on / fall out (2) / fire away

.N1. I’m …………………. for Joe for a few days
.N2. I think you’d better …………………. what’s been happening
‘ …………………. ‘?N3. ‘Do you mind if I ask you something, Woody
. …………………. N4. The drugs made her hair
.N5. Carrie’s always …………………. with people
.N6. Don’t forget to …………………. your boarding cards

 

:Answers

filling in / fill me in on / Fire away / fall out / falling out / fill in

 

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