Improve your English quickly with this Phrasal Verbs training game!
Phrasal verbs are important in English. Although it’s entirely possible to speak English without phrasal verbs, they are absolutely necessary for understanding English and to sounding natural.
Phrasal verbs are difficult to learn because:
- they can often have multiple meanings.
- the meaning often isn’t at all clear from the verb name.
- there are a lot of them!
Use this phrasal verbs trainer to practise these common verbs. The more you practise, the more you learn! If you play every day you’ll be an expert soon. can you be the best and fastest? Try to get the high score on the leaderboard!
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My car has completely stopped working!CorrectIncorrect
He's a Manchester United fan and I'm a Manchester city fan, so don't mention football!CorrectIncorrect
I was walking to work when I coincidentally met Tom in the street.CorrectIncorrect
We have to cancel the meeting.CorrectIncorrect
Please, continue whatever you were doing.CorrectIncorrect
This work needs to be done by a professional.CorrectIncorrect
I don't know but I will call him and discover this information.CorrectIncorrect
He's going to donate his old clothes.CorrectIncorrect
I don't have a good relationship with my neighbour.CorrectIncorrect
I always leave the bed at 7AM when I hear my alarm.CorrectIncorrect
He wants to stop smoking.CorrectIncorrect
It isn't true, he invented it!CorrectIncorrect
They argue all the time, but always reconciliate before long.CorrectIncorrect
I need to collect the children from school at 4 o'clock.CorrectIncorrect
He doesn't speak perfect French, but because he visits France a lot has learned a lot of French without trying.CorrectIncorrect
He can't come today so we have to postpone the meeting until tomorrow.CorrectIncorrect
I was interested but I was demotivated / deterred by the price.CorrectIncorrect
I can't tolerate listening to that noise all day.CorrectIncorrect
The train is at midday, so we need to leave for the station at 10 o'clock.CorrectIncorrect
I need to configure this computer.CorrectIncorrect
I asked him to meet me at 5 and he didn't arrive until 6!CorrectIncorrect
I can't hear the TV, can you increase the volume please?CorrectIncorrect