Phrasal Verbs C-D, Correct or Wrong?
Look at these sentences that all contain phrasal verbs that all begin with the letters C and D. Which phrasal verbs are being used correctly? Is each sentence Correct or Wrong?
- The golf tournament winner had a very hard shot on the final hole but he carried it off perfectly.
- I never thought those furry sunglasses would catch off but everyone's buying them!
- I'm coming to stay with you for a few days. Then we'll have the chance to catch up on old news.
- Thanks for the job offer, Ken. I need to chew up things with my wife and then I'll let you know.
- Tell Marjorie I'm working from home today. I think I'm coming up with the flu or something similar.
- Helen's young son was very quiet and she suspected he was covering up something he'd done.
- Do you think you could do without your smartphone for a whole month?
- We have a guest bedroom which also doubles as John's study.