Phrasal Verbs Practice – 135

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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 135

pour something into something
if people pour money into something, they provide a lot of money for it over a period of time, in order to make it successful
.They’ve poured thousands of pounds into developing the business

plough through something
: to read all of something, even though it is boring and takes a long time
.Most staff will never want to plough through the manuals that come with the software

plough on
to continue doing something that is difficult or boring

plough on with
.Julia ploughed on with the endless exam papers
.He looked displeased but she ploughed on regardless

plough through something
: to read all of something, even though it is boring and takes a long time
.Most staff will never want to plough through the manuals that come with the software

plough something up
: to break up the surface of the ground by travelling over it many times
.Horses plough up the paths and make them muddy for walkers

proceed to something
if you proceed to the next part of an activity, job etc, you do or take part in the next part of it go on to
.players who proceed to the finals of the competition

 

.Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

.N1. players who ……………… the finals of the competition
.N2. Most staff will never want to ……………… the manuals that come with the software
.N3. Julia ……………… with the endless exam papers
.N4. Most staff will never want to ……………… the manuals that come with the software
.N5. They’ve ……………… thousands of pounds ……………… developing the business
.N6. Horses ……………… the paths and make them muddy for walkers

 

:Answers

proceed to / plough through / ploughed on / plough through / poured – Into / plough up

 

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