Try our latest phrasal verb quiz, dealing with the following verbs:
Keep on: do continuously
Decide against: decide not to do
Warn against: tell somebody you think they shouldn’t do it
Look forward to: be excited for
Put off: intentionally not do
Confess to: tell the truth about something you did
Insist on: demand, strongly desire that someone do
Plan on: have intentions to
Succeed in: do something with success
*All these verbs are followed by the gerund:
I look forward to seeing you soon.
I confessed to eating all the chocolate.
Phrasal Verbs Quiz 2
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Question 1 of 9
We were thinking about a trip to the mountains this week, but we ______________ it. Instead, we’re going to the beach.Correct
Question 2 of 9
He’s a workaholic! He just __________ working until all hours of the day.Correct
Question 3 of 9
I wanted to do my taxes in January, but I ____ them ______. Now it’s April and I still haven’t done them!Correct
Question 4 of 9
John _____________ eating the last cookie. Shame on him!Correct
Question 5 of 9
My lawyer _____________ acting foolishly without considering the long-term consequences.Correct
Question 6 of 9
We won the match because we ___________ stopping their defense.Correct
Question 7 of 9
Thanks for the wonderful night! I really ______________ doing this again!Correct
Question 8 of 9
I only eat healthy because my wife ___________ doing so.Correct
Question 9 of 9
In 5 years, I _________ getting a promotion and buying a new house.Correct
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