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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109098: Phrasal verbs
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    Phrasal verbs

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    1. She is getting her new car and she loves it!
    2. The teacher called my friend to answer the question.
    3. Mr Smith forgot the meaning of 'ineffable', so he looked it in the dictionary.
    4. He told me the truth and the facts bore his story.
    5. My grandmother could not blow the candles on her birthday cake.
    6. We will have to bone to pass the TOEIC test.
    7. He was startled when his strategy came .
    8. I can always count my parents to assist me.
    9. He figures travelling by train.
    10. My favourite soccer team wants the first place trophy and it won't settle anything less.

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