Phrasal Verbs (Continued)


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Title
Phrasal Verbs: Crime
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is another great filler lesson, helping your students build their knowledge of phrasal verbs.

Our crime phrasals cover:

* let someone off
* make off with something
* hold up
* break in
* tip off
* break out

There is a gap-fill exercise, followed by a caption quiz and lots of discussion questions.

It's great both for vocabulary building and discussion practice!

 


 

Title
Will you let go!
Target Structure
Idiom and Phrasal Verb Building
Level
Intermediate and above
Time
45 minutes
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Description
If you are looking to build your students' knowledge of phrasal verbs and idioms, this set would be a good place to start!

Taking 'let' as the theme, the following expressions are covered:

* let [yourself] go
* let me see
* let [someone] in
* let [someone] down
* let [someone] off

Following the warm-up, there is a gap-fill prediction exercise, with practice exercises and discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students and above.

 


 

Title
Travel Phrasal Verbs
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Lower-Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
These phrasal verbs are great for your lower-level classes.

There's an opening quiz, consolidation practice, caption writing quiz and discussion.

Your students will study:

* set off
* pick someone up
* drop someone off
* look around a place
* check in online / at the airport
* look forward to

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate level classes.

 


 

Title
All About 'Bring'
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate
Time
minutes
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Description
Increase your students' vocabulary knowledge with this phrasal verb worksheet!

There are six phrasal verbs, all themed around 'bring. The worksheet covers:

* Bring up (a child)
* Bring out (a new album)
* Bring down (a government)
* Bring up (a subject)
* Bring down (prices)
* Bring back (memories)

There are opening gap fill exercises followed by a caption quiz and discussion questions.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students.


 


 

Title
Phrasal Verb Crossword Puzzle
Target Structure
Common Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate
Time
40 minutes minutes
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Description
Handouts Online has lots of materials for phrasal verbs, and this worksheet will help your students learn some of the most common ones.

The expressions covered are all found in our series of phrasal verb worksheets. However, your students do not need to have studied them to be able to manage the crossword.

We have made things a little easier for your students by giving the first letter of the main verb for each answer.

It's great as a filler for a lesson, homework, or even pairwork.


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