Advanced Level >> Phrasal Verbs Worksheets >> In each sentence, there is a space which requires one phrasal verb that your students choose from an alphabetical group of phrasal verbs. Verbs here include hold, leave and hear.
Phrasal Verb Gap Fill Worksheet H-L
1. Peter. You're not doing anything! Help me HAND OUT these leaflets in the street for half an hour, please.
2. HANG ON mum! I will be with you in a moment. I just have to finish this e-mail.
3. I thought he was deadly serious when he said he used to be a woman - but he was just HAVING ME ON.
4. Trevor never told me about his party. I HEARD ABOUT it from his sister.
5. I remember when I met my wife for the first time. We HIT IF OFF immediately as if we had known each other for years.
6. Once you get in his office and are speaking to him, don't HOLD BACK! Tell him everything you have always complained about. It will be your big chance.
7. And if he offers you that old 2% pay rise again, HOLD OUT for a better deal or say you'll leave.
8. Don't give up so easily on that jigsaw. KEEP AT IT as long as necessary.
9. My doctor told me to KEEP OFF high salt food for a few months to help my cholesterol levels.
10. The company had been losing money for two years and it was no surprise when they had to LAY OFF half the workforce.
11. Don't touch the dog while it's eating. Just LEAVE IT ALONE until it finishes.
12. When you write up the contract, LEAVE OUT any mention of advertising costs. We will discuss that at a later date.
13. He knew about the surprise party all the time, but he never LET ON, acting really surprised when we jumped out.
14. She always intended to marry a millionaire and LIVE OFF him.
15. You shouldn't LOOK AHEAD to the future so much. Just concentrate on what you are doing now.
16. I have no idea what this word means! I will have to LOOK IT UP in the big dictionary.
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