Test d anglais B2 – A study of threepart phrasal verbs ending with ‘with’Commentaires fermés sur Test d anglais B2 – A study of threepart phrasal verbs ending with ‘with’
What do you think these phrasal verbs that end with « with » mean?
___ come up with
___ get away with
___ put up with
___ keep up with
___ come down with
___ go through with
Match them to the following definitions:
1 tolerate someone or something
2 complete something planned despite doubts about the outcome
3 think of something such as an idea or a plan
4 become sick with an illness
5 perform as well as; go as fast as; stay informed
6 escape the consequences of (a wrongful act)
Write responses to these sentences using the phrasal verbs above:
1 We have a big problem and we need to find a solution.
2 I can’t stand David as he’s so rude all the time.
3 I feel awful. I’ve got a headache and temperature.
4 When he lost his seat, the leader of the party regretted saying he would resign if he didn’t
win. But he kept his word and resigned anyway.
5 If we want to stay in the same position as our competitors, we’ll have to offer discounts.
6 Steven just copied an old report and changed the name, but nobody realised.
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