Advance 1, Quiz Unit 4

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Advance 1, Quiz Unit 4 - Quiz

Phrasal verbs, mobility and objects


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  • 1. 

    Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHwxdtT302IWhat 2 phrasal verbs does she mention while giving examples of phrasal verbs? (0:50)Even though we don't need phrasal verbs to express ourselves, because they have a synonymous we can use to same about the same... what reason does she mention to speak using phrasal verbs? (1:09)What four spects we NEED to know does she mention for us to take into account when working with phrasal verbs? Provide and example with each one.

  • 2. 

    Http://www.abaenglish.com/blog/25-most-useful-phrasal-verbs/ Choose 6 different phrasal verbs. Write a conversation applying correctly.

  • 3. 

    Let's play this online game. Write 3 of the phrasal verbs you see with one examplehttp://www.eslgamesplus.com/phrasal-verbs-catapult/ 

  • 4. 

    Write a definition for phrasal verbs.

  • 5. 

    Choose if the sentence contains a phrasal verb or a prepositional verb:I come to visit my friends every Sunday.

    • A.

      Phrasal verb

    • B.

      Prepositional verb

    Correct Answer
    B. Prepositional verb
    Explanation
    The sentence "I come to visit my friends every Sunday" contains a prepositional verb. The verb "come" is followed by the preposition "to" and the verb "visit" is the main action of the sentence. The preposition "to" indicates the purpose or destination of the action, showing that the speaker comes with the intention of visiting their friends.

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  • 6. 

    Choose if the sentence contains a phrasal verb or a prepositional verb:That bill comes to $49.99

    • A.

      Phrasal Verb

    • B.

      Prepositional Verb

    Correct Answer
    A. Phrasal Verb
    Explanation
    The sentence "That bill comes to $49.99" contains a phrasal verb. In this case, the phrasal verb is "comes to," which means to add up or total to a specific amount.

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  • 7. 

    Check the sentences where you see a phrasal verb:

    • A.

      I put away the marker.

    • B.

      I put the marker away from me.

    • C.

      I cut my piece of paper in pieces.

    • D.

      The teacher had to cut in to tell us something.

    • E.

      I look up to my teacher.

    • F.

      Look up! I think I saw an U.F.O.

    • G.

      I'm calling off the meeting, because we're not all together.

    • H.

      Her new job is to hand out stickers for the tourists.

    • I.

      I am writing on a notebook, repeat that, please!

    • J.

      They're going to Bogotá next holliday.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. I put away the marker.
    D. The teacher had to cut in to tell us something.
    E. I look up to my teacher.
    G. I'm calling off the meeting, because we're not all together.
    H. Her new job is to hand out stickers for the tourists.
    Explanation
    The sentences "I put away the marker," "The teacher had to cut in to tell us something," "I look up to my teacher," "I'm calling off the meeting, because we're not all together," and "Her new job is to hand out stickers for the tourists" all contain phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs are verb phrases that consist of a verb and one or more particles (prepositions or adverbs). In these sentences, the phrasal verbs are "put away," "cut in," "look up to," "calling off," and "hand out."

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  • 8. 

    What is the object in this sentence?:My boss called off the meeting because the topic to discuss had been settled.

    • A.

      My boss

    • B.

      Called off

    • C.

      The meeting

    • D.

      The topic to discuss

    Correct Answer
    C. The meeting
    Explanation
    The object in this sentence is "the meeting." The verb "called off" is an action performed by the subject "my boss" towards the object "the meeting." The rest of the sentence provides additional information about why the meeting was called off, but "the meeting" is the direct object of the verb.

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  • 9. 

    Select the sentence that is using an INTRANSITIVE phrasal verb:

    • A.

      You can call them up to confirm.

    • B.

      Everybody stands up to sign the anthem.

    Correct Answer
    B. Everybody stands up to sign the anthem.
    Explanation
    The sentence "Everybody stands up to sign the anthem" is using an intransitive phrasal verb. The phrasal verb "stands up" does not require an object to complete its meaning. In this sentence, "stands up" means to rise from a seated position.

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