Prepositions And Phrasal Verbs Advanced Level Test – Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 1


Prepositions And Phrasal Verbs Advanced Level Test - Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 1

This first vocabulary test contains 25 multiple choice questions on the topics of prepositions and phrasal verbs of English language. Both English learners and ESL teachers can use this online exercise as a revision to check the knowledge of prepositions and phrasal verbs.
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5 thoughts on “Prepositions And Phrasal Verbs Advanced Level Test – Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 1”

  1. Q2: Sentence is not complete: “A serious problem came up AFTER the project had been started”.
    It is really awkward to have to start again after leaving a comment.

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    • I have completed the sentence. It is OK now.
      After leaving a comment, the page reloads. That is why you have start again. You can leave a comment after finishing the test.

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  2. 6.My mother always _____ the advantages of country life because she’s spent all her childhood in a small village
    A dwells on
    B faces with
    C gets after
    D puts off
    E touches on
    Correct shown answer would be “E”, but it seems that if someone is always speaking about something, he or she would be dwelling on about it. Touch on smt means to speak briefly about something, doesn´t it?
    Thanks!!

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    • Hello, Juan! Please, check the definitions for both phrasal verbs.
      touch on: to mention a particular subject when talking or writing

    • The report touches on the relationship between poverty and poor health.
    • These issues were touched on in Chapter 2.
    • dwell on/upon: to think, speak, or write at length about (a particular subject, especially one that is a source of unhappiness, anxiety, or dissatisfaction)

    • I’ve got better things to do than dwell on the past.
    • It is traditional for politicians to dwell on the negative.
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