Advanced Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs (IN/INTO) 1

Match the phrasal verbs on the left with their definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • sink in
  • let sb in on
  • set in
  • barge in
  • bump into
  • consist in
  • talk sb into
  • come in for
  • lay sth in
  • tie in with
  • (of something unpleasant) begin and seem likely to continue
  • persuade someone to do something or not to do something
  • be based on or depend on something
  • collect and store something to use in the future
  • become completely known, felt, or understood
  • meet someone who you know, when you were not expecting to
  • match or agree with something
  • tell something that is secret or only known by a few people
  • be criticized, blamed etc for something
  • walk into a room quickly, without being invited