Phrasal Verbs Practice – 111

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Phrasal Verbs

 

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 111

ferret somebody/something out
: to succeed in finding something such as a piece of information, that is difficult to find
.It’s been difficult for reporters to ferret out the facts in this case
.Uncle Vernon ferreted out the laundry box from under the stairs
: to find and usually get rid of someone who is causing a problem

[ feel up to something [usually in questions and negatives
: to have the strength, energy etc to do something
.I just didn’t feel up to going

fall through
: if an agreement, plan, sale etc falls through, it is not completed successfully
.The studio planned to make a movie of the book but the deal fell through

feel for somebody
: to feel sympathy for someone
.At the Center, the other mothers know what it’s like, and they really feel for you

 

: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

Feel up to / fall through / ferret out / feel for

.N1. At the Center, the other mothers know what it’s like, and they really ………… you
. ………… N2. The studio planned to make a movie of the book but the deal
.N3. I just didn’t ………… going
.N4. It’s been difficult for reporters to ………… the facts in this case

 

:Answers

feel for / fell through / feel up to / ferret out

 

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