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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4766: A common particle : up
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    A common particle : up


    • UP
    • An upward movement :
    • 'The sun is coming up.' 
    • An increase, an improvement :
    • 'Sales are up !' 
    • Completing, ending :
    • 'We have used up all the eggs.' 
    • Approaching :
    • 'A car drew up and stopped.' 
    • Test :
    • Complete each of the sentences with the correct form of one of the verbs.
    • N.B : If the' object' is a pronoun, the particle comes after : ' A flower to cheer you up.' 


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    1. 'He is too small to up this poster on the wall. Can you do it ?'
    2. 'Things are not so bad after all. Tell your sister to up.'
    3. 'He'll enter the room and all the students will up.'
    4. 'It is such a boring party ! Why not suggesting some games to it up ?'
    5. 'You need time to up your strength : it's been a long illness.'
    6. 'There's a deafening noise. You should up.'
    7. 'My mother was born in Calgary but she up in Toronto.'
    8. 'Lorry drivers are demonstrating because the price of petrol has up.'

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