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Karnataka 2nd PUC English Streams Workbook Answers Phrasal Verbs
Look at the following sentences.
- The child took off the shirt.
- The plane took off an hour later.
Notice that in the second sentence the expression “took off’ means the plane started flying. Such expressions are phrasal verbs which have a specific meaning in different contexts.
Many such phrasal verbs are formed when a verb is followed by a preposition.
Form as many phrasal verbs as you can from the above. Use a dictionary if required.
ill in the blanks using the appropriate form of the expressions given below:
I. (give off, get through, go into, look into, go off, come down, keep up, come off, make up, run into, give up, take down, put out, put off, come up : et up, turn up)
Don’t lose hopes ______________ your spirit
The two friends ______________ their differences after a brief quarrel
He has ______________ his examination.
The long lost friend ______________ at my sister’s wedding!
The business man ______________ debt after suffering heavy losses.
The price of gold has ______________.
He has ______________ smoking.
The fire fighters came just in time to ______________ the fire.
The examinations had to be ______________ owing to the general elections.
They ______________ a new business.
set up / went into
A committee has been ______________ to ______________ the problem.
set up; look into
The bomb ______________ in a crowded street.