Phrasal Verbs Practice – 137

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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 137

proceed from something phrasal verb formal
: to happen or exist as a result of something
.ideas that proceed from a disturbed state of mind

pour something out
if you pour out your thoughts, feelings etc, you tell someone all about them, especially because you feel very unhappy
.She poured out all her troubles to him

pour out your heart/soul
tell someone all your feelings, including your most secret ones

pull off

pull something off
: to succeed in doing something difficult
.The goalkeeper pulled off six terrific saves

pull off
: to drive a car off a road in order to stop, or to turn into a smaller road
.We pulled off the road to get some food

pull something off
: to succeed in doing something difficult
.The goalkeeper pulled off six terrific saves
.She pulled in to let the ambulance pass

Pull in
if a train pulls in, it arrives at a station

pull somebody/something in
: to attract business, money, people etc
.a publicity stunt to pull in the crowds

pull in something
if you pull in a lot of money, you earn it

pull somebody in
if a police officer pulls someone in, they take them to a police station because they think that person may have done something wrong

 

.Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

Proceed from / pull off / pull in (2) / pour out

.N1. A publicity stunt to …………… the crowds
.N2. She …………… to let the ambulance pass
.N3. We …………… the road to get some food
.N4. She …………… all her troubles to him
.N5. Ideas that …………… a disturbed state of mind

 

:Answers

pull in / pulled in / pulled off / poured out / proceed from

 

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