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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103893: Phrasal verbs
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    1. The music and laughter gradually as the procession moved off down the street.

    2. The more you from the shops, the less money you'll spend.

    3. I had to the presents in the bedroom, so that the children wouldn't find them.

    4. She likes to keep things, even old things, rather than .

    5. I think of the new boy who because he was being bullied.

    6. Albert folded the newspaper neatly and .

    7. This man wanted to help them keep their land, not from them.

    8. I'm not going to allow Anne to an offensive remark like that.

    9. I had to . One way or another, I was going to leave Birmingham.

    10. You should always from the kitchen.

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