Phrasal Verbs – Exercises for Class 6

Phrasal verbs are combination of verbs with other words such as adverbs and prepositions. Phrasal verbs can imply a different meaning from the literal meaning.

Exercises

Q. Underline the phrasal verbs in the following sentences.

  1. You should call on your new neighbour.
  2. Rhea has to give back the novels to the librarian today.
  3. Our car had broken down before we reached the city.
  4. You cannot win him over.
  5. The family checked into the hotel to celebrate the New Year’s eve.

Answer

  1. You should call on your new neighbour.
  2. Rhea has to give back the novels to the librarian today.
  3. Our car had broken down before we reached the city.
  4. You cannot win him over.
  5. The family checked into the hotel to celebrate the New Year’s eve.

Q. Fill in the blanks with the Phrasal verbs given in the box.

set in, set apart, set at, set aside, set off

  1. The supreme court ___________ the decree of the lower court.
  2. In Australia, winter ___________ the month of June.
  3. The pilgrims ___________ in the evening.
  4. In Delhi Metro, seats are ___________ for the women, aged, and the handicapped.
  5. The robbers ___________ the poor traveller.

Answer

  1. set aside
  2. set in
  3. set off
  4. set apart
  5. set at

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