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TOEFL Vocab: Phrasal Verbs

Subjects : toefl, english, vocabulary
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Write out (a list - etc); manage to read; understand






2. Continue






3. To come from behind and reach the same level as someone who is ahead of you






4. Save; reserve






5. To visit






6. Begin to fly; remove






7. Emphasize






8. Demand






9. Look or behave like someone in the family






10. Support






11. To move or develop more slowly than others






12. Begin or start






13. Pay a debt in full






14. Meet by chance






15. Sink or crash; be defeated in a contest






16. Quit; cease to participate






17. Pass responsibility to someone else






18. Bring to notice; resign from; vomit






19. Continue






20. Speak in defence of






21. Surrendered; admit to be defeated






22. Establish






23. Decrease






24. Interrupt






25. Despatch; circulate






26. Ask for help






27. To give something to a person in authority






28. Interrupt; obstruct the path of a vehicle in overtaking it






29. Develop






30. Faint; graduate






31. Investigate






32. Endure






33. Cease working; cease business






34. Stop having faith or belief in






35. Look and feel weak or sick; speak badly of people






36. Store






37. Introduce






38. Confess or admit






39. Desert






40. Withdraw






41. Abolish; get rid of






42. Treat someone unfairly by criticizing






43. Move towards something






44. Pass something to the next person in a series or succession; pass responsibility for something to someone else; delegate.






45. Move to an earlier time






46. Survive (an unpleasant experience or period)






47. Make a success of something against all expectations






48. Think about something carefully






49. Say that you'd like someone to give you something






50. Be used until no longer usable; tire out