Phrasal Verbs W-Z, Correct or Wrong?
Look at these sentences that all contain phrasal verbs that all begin with the letters W to Z. Which phrasal verbs are being used correctly? Is each sentence Correct or Wrong?
- Senators are worried that the new military budget proposals may not get voted through in time.
- You don't have to wait on me. You're not a waiter!
- I think you may have walked up with my credit card. Can you check?
- You injured your leg running because you didn't warm out properly.
- Richard wore away Carol's resistance and she finally agreed to sell him her car.
- The shock of the news gradually wore off and life returned to normal.
- We're going to start winding off the party - it's very late!
- If you want to make your omelette more filling, work in some cubes of ham.
- The couple worked about their differences and the marriage was saved.