Предлагаем текстовые упражнения для изучения фразовых глаголов по книге Round Up 5. В каждом наборе упражнений вы не только изучаете новые фразовые глаголы, но и повторяете ранее изученные в рамках данной серии статей. В данной публикации мы знакомимся с go & call ().
Упражнение на фразовые глаголы
Match the phrasal verbs to the correct definitions.
1 call off 2 go away 3 call out 4 go in for 5 go on 6 call out 7 go through 8 call for 9 go in for
A to take part in an examination or competition B to like doing something C to shout something D to demand something publicly or need something E to decide that a planned event will not happen F to leave a place or person G to continue or happen H to ask someone to come to a place to help you because something bad has happened I to practise, read, or explain something carefully to make sure it is correct
Fill in the gaps with correct particle.
1. Shall we call *** on Martin this evening? 2. There’s not much call *** fur coats these days. 3. You smoke and drink too much and you can’t go *** like that indefinitely. 4. We should call *** on Miranda — she lives close-by. 5. I certainly don’t think there’s any call *** that sort of language, young lady! 6. She called *** in agony. 7. There aren’t enough pencils to go *** 8. What on earth’s been going *** here? This room looks like a bomb’s hit it! 9. Tomorrow’s match has been called *** because of the icy weather. 10. I went *** everything but I couldn’t find that letter you sent me. 11. I’m going *** my wardrobe and throwing out all the clothes I don’t wear any more. 12. I go *** all the competitions. 13. I called the doctor *** … 14. The fire brigade should always be called *** to a house fire. 15. «What happened next is very hard to explain.» «Please go *** if you can.» 16. This war’s been going *** for years and there seems to be no way of ending it. 17. There was only just enough food to go ***. 18. Management have so far ignored the union’s calls *** stricter safety regulations. 19. She’s going *** the Cambridge First Certificate. 20. Holidaymakers should go *** their insurance policies with a fine-tooth comb to find out what risks they are not covered for. 21. Could you call *** at the shops on your way home and get some milk? 22. Just go *** and leave me alone, will you? 23. Please go *** with what you’re doing and don’t let us interrupt you. 24. Just go *** and leave me alone. 25. Oh go ***, get lost! 26. There won’t be enough soup to go ***if you fill your bowl right to the top. 27. I’m sure we never hear about a lot of what goes *** in government. 28. They welcomed the eleventh-hour decision by the union to call *** the strike. 29. Have you ever considered going *** medicine ? 30. The police have called *** the search for the missing child until dawn tomorrow.
Fill in the gaps with correct particle.
1. If you go *** a lot of things such as papers or clothes, you look at them, usually in order to sort them into groups or to search for a particular item. 2. If you give ***] information that should be kept secret, you reveal it to other people. 3. If you go *** a particular activity, you decide to do it as a hobby or interest 4. If something gives ***a gas, heat, or a smell, it produces it and sends it out into the air. 5. If you give ***something that you own, you give it to someone, rather than selling it, often because you no longer want it 6. If there is enough of something to go ***, there is enough of it to be shared among a group of people, or to do all the things for which it is needed. 7. If a piece of equipment or part of the body gives ***, it stops working 8. If something calls *** a particular action or quality, it needs it or makes it necessary. 9. If you go *** for a particular activity, you decide to do it as a hobby or interest. 10. If you go ***, you leave a place and spend a period of time somewhere else, especially as a holiday. 11. If you call someone ***, you order or request that they come to help, especially in an emergency. 12. If you call *** somewhere, you make a short visit there. 13. If you call *** an event that has been planned, you cancel it. 14. If you give yourself *** , you let the police or other people know where you are, after you have been hiding from them 15. If you give *** something, you stop doing it or having it.
Choose the correct variant.
1. With the news of the scandal came the call *** his resignation.
a) in ;b) for ;c) out
2. She paused to light another cigarette and then went ***with her account of the accident.
a) away ;b) through ;c) on
3. The football has been called ***this afternoon because of snow.
a) off ;b) out ;c) on
4. He said he’d call *** the next day after work.
a) on ;b) in ;c) off
5. Remember to go *** the pockets before you put those trousers in the washing machine.
a) through ;b) by ;c) away
6. So many people came that there were not enough sandwiches to go ***.
a) round ;b) through ;c) out
7. I’ll never be able to give *** smoking.
a) in ;b) up ;c) away
8. I got *** the bus outside our house and got off at the shopping centre.
a) on ;b) at ;c) away
9. The train stopped and a porter called ***, ‘Middlesbrough!’
a) out ;b) in ;c) for
10. The westward advance of the road repairs is being held *** by protesters.
a) on ;b) back ;c) up
11. The gunmen carried *** their threat and shot the man.
a) for ;b) away ;c) out
12. His mother died when he was young, and his grandmother brought him ***.
a) up ;b) about ;c) out
13. Her big sister told her to go ***.
a) through ;b) away ;c)
14. Their water gave ***two days ago.
a) away ;b) out ;c) up
15. Some flowers give *** their richest fragrance at night.
a) out ;b) off ;c) back
16. I’ve promised myself a long bath when I get *** all this work.
a) through ;b) away ;c) out
17. Six prisoners have broken *** a top-security jail in Yorkshire.
a) down ;b) out of ;c) away
18. Hе pretended to be English, but his faint Greek accent gave him ***.
a) away ;b) out ;c) in