Phrasal verbs can be very challenging for English learners. Here is a guide and list to the wide variety of phrasal verb quizzes and worksheets to be found on this site. These short phrasal verb introductions will provide an overview of what to expect on the quiz, as well as provide a guide you or your classes can always return to continue improving your understanding of phrasal verbs.
Start off with four exercises designed to build up a good range of basic phrasal verbs. There are then sheets which focus on specific phrasal verbs, as well as grammar guides, printable quizzes and lesson plans for English teachers.
This work sheet will help you learn phrasal verbs meaning:
- recover from
- think of a solution
Match the definition to the correct phrasal verb and then check your understanding on the follow up definition sheet.
This phrasal verb worksheet helps you continue to build your phrasal verb vocabulary by matching standard phrasal verbs such as come acorss, blow up, make up, tell off, etc. with the corresponding full verb. Check you answers, or print out the worksheet for your class.
This next phrasal verb worksheet focuses on more advanced phrasal verbs such as do away with, run up to, and other three word phrasal verbs. Print out the worksheet for your class, or build your phrasal verb vocabulary on your own by matching up short definitions with the corresponding phrasal verb.
This final phrasal verb worksheet includes phrasal verbs such as drift apart, catch on, look out for, and more. After completing these four phrasal verb worksheets you or your class will have acquired more than 50 common phrasal verbs!
This phrasal verb worksheet provides a wide range of phrasal verbs that focus on how we use money. There are categories for spending money, paying debts, saving money and more. Each phrasal verb is clearly defined. Once you've understood these phrasal verbs take the review quiz
which asks you to choose between three phrasal verbs to fill in the gap. Teachers can print out the page for class, or those learning on their own can click through to check their answers.
Question: What are Phrasal Verbs?
Answer: There are four types of phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable and they can take an object or not. Here is a guide to the basics of phrasal verbs.
This guide provides help with separable and inseparable phrasal verbs, as well as tips on using phrasal verbs, examples and more.
Teaching phrasal verbs can be challenging for any teacher. This lesson provides an effective way of introducing or reviewing phrasal verbs with intermediate to upper intermediate level classes. There's a point by point outline for the lesson, as well as printable materials which you can use in class.
This lesson takes a story about a friendly uncle packed full with phrasal verbs as a way of review phrasal verbs. There's a step by step guide to using the materials in class, as well as printable materials for students to use while completing the exercise.
Here is a fifteen question quiz focusing on phrasal verbs with 'put'. Take this interactive quiz which will check your answers and provide correct responses if you've made a mistake. Teachers can use the printable version of this quiz on phrasal verbs with 'put'
to print out for in-class use.