Phrasal Verbs H-L, Correct or Wrong?
Look at these sentences that all contain phrasal verbs that all begin with the letters H to L. Which phrasal verbs are being used correctly? Is each sentence Correct or Wrong?
- I told Ken I didn't want the money and handed it back to him.
- "Hang off!" she shouted at him, "I'm not ready yet. Why are you always rushing me?"
- I was always keen to hear where you hit on that idea of using coal to improve your garden's soil.
- Clara got angry with her friends and refused to join on their games.
- The robbers should have kept to the plan, but one of them rang his mother and the police eventually caught them.
- Jimmy was expelled from school for knocking by a boy in a fight.
- Well Martin knows more than anyone else, so he can lead up the discussion.
- The baby began crying at 1am and didn't let up until nearly 4am!