Phrasal Verbs Practice – 144

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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 144

reach out to somebody
: to show people that you are interested in them and want to listen to them
.So far, his administration has failed to reach out to hard line Republicans

put up with somebody/something
: to accept an unpleasant situation or person without complaining
.She put up with his violent temper

put somebody up to something
: to encourage someone to do something stupid or dangerous
?Did Shirley put you up to this
.No, it was my own idea

root something out
: to find out where a particular kind of problem exists and get rid of it
.Action is being taken to root out corruption in the police force
: to find something by searching for it
.I’ll try and root out something for you to wear

root for somebody
: to want someone to succeed in a competition, test, or difficult situation
.You can do it – I’m rooting for you
: especially American English to support a sports team or player by shouting and cheering
.the Los Angeles fans rooting for the Lakers

 

.Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

reach out to something / put up with / put someone up to something / root out (2) / root for

.N1. You can do it – I’m …………… you
.N2. I’ll try and …………… something for you to wear
.N3. Action is being taken to …………… corruption in the police force
.N4. ‘Did Shirley …………… you …………… to this? No, it was my own idea
.N5. She …………… his violent temper
.N6. So far, his administration has failed to …………… to hard line Republicans

 

:Answers

rooting for / root out / root out / put – up / put up with / reach out

 

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