Advanced Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs (MIXED) 2
Complete each of the sentences with a verb from the box, making sure that it fits grammatically into the sentence.
arrive at | dispose of | run after | fuss over | mope about | come across | fire away | come by | shine through | nose around
Adam didn’t expect his wife to
while he was away on business.
The landlord came in to tell us there was a private detective
He was charged with two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of unlawful
Despite growing demand, COVID-19 tests are hard to
on the South Shore.
I'm thrilled to announce that the advisory committee has finally
She doesn't realise that
the children will only make them soft.
'Do you mind if I ask you something, Greg?’ ‘OK then,
Musical talents began to
when Stephen Miller was twelve years old.
She should spend more time studying and less time
Digging in the garden, she
a piece of broken pottery that looked as if it might be Roman.
spend time walking around a place with no particular purpose
try to find out information about someone or something
get rid of something; throw out or destroy
manage to get something that is rare or difficult to get
arrive at sth
decide on or find something, especially after discussion and thought
fuss over sb
pay a lot of attention to someone in a nervous or excited way
used to tell somebody to begin to speak or ask a question
(of a quality) to be easy to see or notice
try to have a romantic or sexual relationship with somebody
meet, find, or discover someone or something by chance