Phrasal Verbs Practice – 69

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Phrasal Verbs

 

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 69

breeze through something
to achieve something very easily

: sail through
.He breezed through the exam

butter somebody – up
: to say nice things to someone so that they will do what you want
.Don’t think you can butter me up that easily

cordon something – off
: to surround and protect an area with police officers, soldiers, or vehicles
.Police cordoned off the street where the murder took place

contend with something
to have to deal with something difficult or unpleasant

cope with
.The rescue team also had bad weather conditions to contend with

conjure something Up
N1. to bring a thought, picture, idea, or memory to someone’s mind
(conjure up Images/pictures/thoughts etc (of something
.Dieting always seems to conjure up images of endless salads
: N2. to make something appear when it is not expected, as if by magic
.Somehow we have to conjure up another $10,000
N3. to make the soul of a dead person appear by saying special magic words

 

. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

conjure up /contend with/ butter me up cordoned off

.N1. Dieting always seems to ………………. images of endless salads
………………. N2. The rescue team also had bad weather conditions to
.N3. Police …………… the street where the murder took place
.N4. Don’t think you can ……………… that easily

 

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