Advanced Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs (OUT) 2
Complete each of the sentences with a verb from the box, making sure that it fits grammatically into the sentence.
take | wear | see | break | rule | cut | phase | stand | walk | ask
Dutch police do not
out possibility of murder of two Russian women in Amsterdam.
We never finished our conversation. She just
out on me in the middle of breakfast.
Front brakes often
out more quickly than the rear brakes , so they need to be changed more often.
Child tax allowances were
out following the introduction of child benefit in 1999.
You'll need your parents' permission if you want to
out an insurance policy on their behalf.
Jannet found after a few months that she wasn't really
out for life in the country.
Thank you for coming by for the interview. The receptionist will
In my opinion, he
out as being the most confident and self-assured of the three candidates.
I didn't really know what to say: I'd never been
out by a woman.
We realised David had the chicken pox, because he
out in a rash and had a dry cough.
stop considering something as a possibility
walk out on
suddenly leave sb that you are having a relationship with
use something a lot so that it no longer works
stop using something gradually in stages over a period of time
get something officially, especially from an insurance company
not be cut out for
not be the right type of person for something
see sb out
go to the door with someone to say goodbye to them
be easy to see or notice because of being different
ask sb out
invite somebody to something, such as dinner or a date
break out in
suddenly be affected by a problem on your skin