Advanced Level >> Phrasal Verbs Worksheets >> Your students will have to create the phrasal verbs from two groups of main verbs and prepositions and then use these to complete the sentences.

Phrasal Verb Generator 12


In groups, choose verbs and particles from the following boxes to make phrasal verbs. Which group can think of the most?

Check Count Hold Look
Pay Pick Set Turn
In On Over
Out Back Off

Find some phrasal verbs to fill the spaces in the following sentences:

1. You should arrive at an airport two hours before an international flight to CHECK IN.

2. "Can I COUNT ON you to support me if the meeting gets nasty?" Craig asked his colleague.

3. "Where are you going, Marion? HOLD ON! I'm not ready, I'm looking for my umbrella."

4. I asked Phil to LOOK OVER my computer. There's nothing obviously wrong with it, but it does seem slower recently.

5. If you borrow money off a friend, make sure you PAY it BACK.

6. In an police lineup, a victim or witness will try and PICK OUT the criminal.

7. In many fairy tales, the protagonist will SET OFF for a very long journey at dawn, seeking fame and fortune.

8. We tried to get some autographs at the cinema's side entrance but security guards TURNED us BACK and we returned to the street, disappointed. Premium

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