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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23415: Phrasal Verbs
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    Phrasal Verbs


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    1. A treasurer must account for the money he or she spends.

    2. The teacher never backs up lazy pupils.

    3. The storm is over now, at least in the city.

    4. It is up to the government to take actions against violence.

    5. This accident bears my fears out.

    6. The children blew up their balloons and threw them into the air

    7. When the thief was shown the evidence, he broke down.

    8. Our car broke down as we were driving across the desert.

    9. Jane doesn't care for films about war.

    10. I came across these photographs in the bedroom yesterday.

    11. With the way Mary dresses, she always manages to stand out!

    12. I was taken aback when I saw the bill.

    13. He soon settled down in his new job.

    14. I have run out of milk.

    15. At first, my parents wouldn't let me drive the car, and eventually, my mother gave in.









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