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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27516: Phrasal verbs with Out
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    Phrasal verbs with Out

    Complete the sentences with the correct form of the following phrasal verbs:

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    1. If you want to lose weight, you'll have to everything sweet.

    2. They didn't get home until five o'clock in the morning because they'd celebrating all night.

    3. We don't want Dad to notice us leaving. Leave the back door unlocked and we'll try to while he's watching television.

    4. Why didn't you give your students any homework?Because when the bell rang, they all before I had time to say

    5. Look through the wedding photos and any you'd like a copy of.

    6. Look at the mess in here! Tidy your room and anything you don't need.

    7. My friends usually go to an Italian or Japanese restaurant when they

    8. When they leave the hotel, guests are supposed to before ten o'clock.

    9. Jane looks really relieved today. Yes. She all her problems to me last night.

    10. I've spilt some wine on my jacket. Try this. It'll the stain.

    11. I want to ring Joseph but I don't know if she's on the phone. Why don't you by looking in the local directory?

    12. Isn't this grass too wet to have a picnic on? Don't worry. I'll this old blanket for us to sit on.

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