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Review Quiz on Phrasal Verbs Concerning Money

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This phrasal verbs concerning quiz tests your knowledge of phrasal verbs concerning money on this page.

If you are unfamiliar with phrasal verbs, this guide to what are phrasal verbs explains everything. Teachers can use this introducing phrasal verbs lesson plan to help students become more familiar with phrasal verbs and start building phrasal verb vocabulary. Finally, there are a wide variety of phrasal verb resources on the site to help you learn new phrasal verbs and test your understanding with quizzes.

  • My friend Tim only has one fault. He tends to a) ramble on b) go about c) go in about subjects that only interest him.
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  • I would love to a) get by b) splash out c) run up and get a new modem for my computer.
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  • Last week I had to a) put by b) put into c) cough up $50 dollars to pay for a parking ticket!
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  • Peter was talking about his latest adventures in Rome when he a) shut off b) broke off c) butt in because Jane walked into the room.
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  • Don't worry about a) paying me back b) giving me up c) bailing me out before you have enough to pay your bills.
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  • I really hate it when people a) come into b) butt in c) butt off on conversations!
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  • Jacob a) ran up b) ran into c) put aside a bill of $2,000 when he went on vacation last summer.
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  • By this time next year, I will have a) paid out b) paid into c) paid off my mortgage on the house!
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  • The funnies thing happened the other day at the meeting. I was in the middle of my speech when suddenly I a) dried up b) came up short c) went on and couldn't remember what to say next.
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  • He's been saving for about a year and think he has a) put over b) put aside c) come along $1,500 for a new stereo.
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  • I really hate it when someone a) talks down b) speaks over c) asks into me.
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  • He didn't want to a) drag about b) harp on c) complain over her weaknesses but he couldn't help it.
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  • Jack is amazing he can a) rattle off b) reel about c) rattle of the name of every major basketball player in the NBA today.
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  • Jennifer a) helped along b) helped get over c) bailed out Mary last year and now Mary has finished paying her back.
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