Grammar Quiz

Prepositions and Phrasal Verbs Quiz


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…… New Year ‘s Eve, we celebrate …… having a sumptuous dinner together as a family.

A. During … with

B. For … in

C. On … by

D. By … for


The woman we met the other day turns …… to be my longlost aunt

A. off

B. up

C. out

D. in


We all had to stay …… late last night to complete the project.

A. off

B. down

C. on

D. up


…… a few minutes, the flight from Sydney will touch ……

A. At … off

B. In … down

C. For … up

D. With … upon


What does the abbreviation “PIE” stand …… ?

A. in

B. to

C. with

D. for


You should not have talked …… your parents. That was rude.

A. back to

B. up with

C. off at

D. over from


The runaway car was heading …… that direction ……… the waterfront.

A. in … towards

B. to … on

C. into … along

D. for … across


You need to think …… the matter before responding to them.

A. through

B. into

C. out

D. off


He did not come …… until five hours after the accident.

A. up

B. through

C. by

D. round


She called …… help but tgere was no one …… the vicinity.

A. in … at

B. for … in

C. from … by

D. off … along


Although she promised to be punctual,she did not show …… until half an hour later.

A. off

B. in

C. about

D. up


Before the examination, I took time to run …… all the main points again.

A. through

B. across

C. up

D. by


It is difficult to come …… sound ideas …… such a short time.

A. up with … in

B. on with … at

C. off for … within

D. into … for


The new manager stood …… in his planning and communication skills

A. out

B. up

C. for

D. down


Would you mind turning …… the volume a bit so that I can hear what the news is about?

A. by

B. up

C. off

D. down


Florence seems to have made…… the story. The facts are so conflicting.

A. with

B. up

C. off

D. from


He stood …… his principles and refused to change the rules.

A. by

B. up

C. for

D. against


Every day, Claire’s mother drops her …… the nearby LRT station.

A. off at

B. in to

C. by in

D. out of


We can look …… the encyclopedia to find the relevant information.

A. for

B. into

C. at

D. up


There are a lot of beautiful shell …… that stretch of the beach.

A. across

B. along

C. under

D. in




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