Phrasal Verbs Practice – 99

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Phrasal Verbs

 

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 99

come out at something
: if something comes out at a particular amount, that is the amount it adds up to

come off something
: to stop taking a drug that you have been taking regularly
.It wasn’t until I tried to come off the pills that I realized I was addicted
come off best/better/worst etc
: British English to be the most or least successful, or get the most or least advantages from a situation

! come off it
: used to tell someone that you do not believe what they are saying
.IB Oh come off it! You can’t seriously be saying you knew nothing about this

come off
: come off (something) to become removed from something
.The label had come off, so there was no way of knowing what was on the disk

(come off (something
: to fall off something
.Dyson came off his bike as he rounded the last corner, but wasn’t badly hurt
: if something that has been planned comes off, it happens
.In the end the trip never came off
: to be successful
.The performance on the first night came off pretty well

come through
: if a piece of information, news etc comes through, it arrives somewhere
.There is news just coming through of an explosion in a chemical factory
: to be made official, especially by having the correct documents officially approved

(come through (something
to continue to live, be strong, or succeed after a difficult or dangerous time
: survive
.If he comes through the operation OK he should be back to normal within a month

come over somebody
: if a strong feeling comes over you, you suddenly experience it
.(I’m sorry about that – I don’t know what came over me ( I do not know why I behaved in that way
: if an idea comes over well, people can understand it easily
if someone comes over in a particular way, they seem to have particular qualities

come across
.He didn’t come over well (=seem to have good qualities) in the interview

come over as
.She comes over as a very efficient businessperson

come over (all) shy/nervous etc
to suddenly become very shy, nervous etc

come over
: if someone comes over, they visit you at your house
if someone comes over, they come to the country where you are

come over to/from

 

: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

(come over (3) / come off (2) / come over to / come out / come through (2

?N1. Do you want to ………………… on Friday evening
?N2. When did your family first ………………… America
.N3. I thought that the points he was making ………………… quite clearly
.N4. A wave of sleepiness ………………… me
.N5. It’s been a tough time, but I’m sure you’ll ………………… and be all the wiser for it
. ………………… N6. I’m still waiting for my divorce to
. ………………… N7. it was a good idea, but it ………………… didn’t quite
.N8. The whole trip, including fares, ………………… at $900
.N9. As far as pensions go, it’s still women who ………………… worst

 

:Answers

come over / come over to / came over / came over / come through / come through / come – Off / comes out / come off

 

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