Phrasal Verbs Exercises By Verb: Turn



For each space in each sentence, use the verb Turn (in the correct tense) with one of the prepositions from the box. Sometimes you need to put the object/pronoun between the main verb and the preposition - in these cases, the object/pronoun can be found in the brackets.


Into
Off
Over
Down
Up
To
In
Out
Down
Off

1. the main road at the church and then take that country lane for about two kilometres. You will find us on the right, near the river.

2. I don't know how many people for the concert but the park was really crowded.

3. They my application for the job saying I was too old.

4. We are appealing to the public to this dangerous man if you are sheltering him. Nobody is safe unless we can capture him.

5. You forgot to the heater last night and the house was like a sauna when I got up this morning.

6. She will never the business to Mr. Jones. He is her biggest enemy and would hate to see him get the company.

7. If you continue with this course of action, don't think you can me when things go wrong.

8. I was sure I had lost my keys but they on the kitchen table. It was very strange.

9. If you don't that music, I will come in there and unplug the stereo!

10. Jeannie was such a nice girl. I wonder why she has such a vindictive little monster. I blame her parents.




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