Phrasal Verbs Practice – 140

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 140

pull (somebody) through
: to stay alive after you have been very ill or badly injured, or to help someone do this
.His injuries are severe but he’s expected to pull through
: to succeed in doing something very difficult, or to help someone to do this
.He relied on his experience to pull him through

put something back

put somebody/something back
: to put people or things in the place or situation they were in before
.She put the saucepan back on the stove
.Our win today put us back into third place in the league

put something back
to arrange for an event to start at a later time or date    postpone
.The meeting has been put back to next Thursday

put something back
: to delay a process or activity by a number of weeks, months etc
.This fire could put back the opening date by several weeks
: to make someone or something have something that they used to have before
.The win put a smile back on his face

put a clock/watch back
to make a clock or watch show an earlier time


.Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

(Pull through (2) / pull back (3

.N1. The win ………… a smile on his face
.N2. The meeting has been ………… to next Thursday
.N3. She ………… the saucepan ………… on the stove
. ………… N4. He relied on his experience to ………… him
. ………… N5. His injuries are severe but he’s expected to



Put Back / put back / put – Back / pull – through / pull through


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