Phrasal Verbs Practice – 112

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Phrasal Verbs

 

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 112

Feel somebody out
: to find out what someone’s opinions or feelings are, without asking them directly
.I thought I’d feel out some of my colleagues before the meeting

Fly into a rage/temper/panic etc
: to suddenly get extremely angry, extremely worried etc
.Rebecca flew into a rage when she realized no one had been listening to her

Flake out
: to fall asleep because you are extremely tired
.Phil’s flaked out on the sofa

Flake out on
to do something strange, or to not do what you said you would do
.Kathy said she’d help but she flaked out on us

Fit somebody/something up
: to make someone seem guilty of a crime when they are really not guilty
.I knew that I had been fitted up

Fit somebody/something up with
to provide a place with the furniture or equipment that it needs
.The rooms are now fitted up with electric lights

 

: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

Feel someone out / fly into a rage / flake out / flake out on someone / fit someone up / fit something up with

.N1. Phil’s ………………… on the sofa
.N2. I thought I’d ………………… some of my colleagues before the meeting
.N3. The rooms are now ………………… electric lights
. ………………… N4. I knew that I had been
.N5. Kathy said she’d help but she ………………… us
.N6. Rebecca ………………… a rage when she realized no one had been listening to her

 

:Answers

flaked out / feel out / fitted up with / fitted up / flaked out on / flew into

 

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