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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97294: Phrasal verbs - To turn
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    Phrasal verbs - To turn

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    English exercise "Phrasal verbs - To turn" created by bernard02 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from bernard02]
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    1. She hates this girl, so she's trying to turn all the pupils her.

    2. I think that many young people are turning from television, radio, books, and real relationships to surf the web.

    3. It's getting too cold, we'd better turn . We'll be better off at home.

    4. Nobody can turn the clock .

    5. Would you turn the radio because I'm going to do my homework ?

    6. They offered her an interesting job but she turned it .

    7. I really want to finish this exercise but I do need to turn too. I need some sleep.

    8. Don't forget to turn the light when you leave the office.

    9. I cannot read any longer because it's too dark, I'd better turn the light.

    10. His friends turned him and accused him of stealing.

    11. You mustn't forget to turn the light when you go to bed.

    12. It turned that our neighbours' thief was their own son.

    13. Last week, the policemen turned the strikers from the factory.

    14. The company turns 1,000 Euros a day.

    15. It's much too difficult and too dangerous to turn a car on this mountain road.

    16. This old woman has got a lot of problems but she has no one to turn for advice because she's all alone.

    17. Could you turn the volume? I'd like to listen to the news.

    18. In this puddle, some tadpoles are turning frogs.

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