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s = separable
Phrasal verbs have a special meaning when they are
used together. There are often many meanings for the
same words though.
In this lesson, we'll learn and practice these words:
|to call back
to call off
to call up
to call on
to call out
to call for
|to return a telephone call
to postpone, delay or cancel something
to telephone someone
to ask a student to speak in class/visit somebody at their home
to shout aloud
to require / to need
|A) out||B) off||C) on||D) back|
2. The job calls ____ a secretary who is intelligent and hardworking.
|A) for||B) on||C) off||D) out|
3. We will have to call ____ the picnic because of the rain storm.
|A) up||B) on||C) off||D) for|
4. The people called ____ for help when the brakes of the bus failed.
|A) out||B) back||C) off||D) on|
5. My friend calls me ____ almost every day.
|A) back||B) on||C) off||D) up|
6. In movies, a wedding reception calls _____ crystal glasses of champagne.
|A) for||B) off||C) back||D) out|
7. My sister called me while I was out, so I need to call her ____ now.
|A) for||B) back||C) out||D) on|
8. The cookie recipe calls ____ two cups of flour and one cup of sugar.
|A) up||B) for||C) on||D) off|
9. I hope I know the answer when the teacher calls ____ me!
|A) off||B) up||C) back||D) on|
10. "Mary, I can't talk now, can you please call me ____ in about 10 minutes?"
|A) out||B) on||C) back||D) off|
|You havecorrect answers out of 10|
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