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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46315: Verbs + up
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    Verbs + up

    Complete the sentences.

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    English exercise "Verbs + up" created by lili73 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from lili73]
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    I usually have to up at half past six.

    We must up or we will miss the bus.

    -Hello Bob! What would you like to do later?
    -I like animals, when I up I want to be a vet.

    A photographer takes photos of two lovers in a park. The woman desperately tries to get the film.
    Curious the hero manages to up the negatives and discovers a murder.
    It's a film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni

    At the end of the speech the audience up to applaud the lecturer.

    If you don't know what 'woebegone' means, it up in the dictionary.

    Children, up your toys and put them back in the chest, please.

    Each pupil has to up his coat on a hook before entering the classroom.

    You will have to up for the celebration.

    a song by Rick Astley
    'Never gonna you up'
    ____Never gonna let you down...
    ____Never gonna make you cry
    ____Never gonna say good bye...

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