Solutions for: App 288 / Phrasal Verbs - Carry On! (1)

Revise the most common phrasal verbs and practise using them!
Phrasal verbs are made up of a verb and one or two particles. It is the particle which changes the meaning of the verb. For example: I look forward to seeing you! I look after my brother. I look up to her, she is my idol. Can you see how the meaning of the verb "look" is changed by adding the particle "forward", "after" or "up"?
She is too fast, I really cannot keep ______ with her!

Solution:
up
It is such a good offer that I cannot turn __________.

Solution:
down
Which bisquits would you like? I go ______ the blue ones!

Solution:
for
Your alarm clock went off, please get ______!

Solution:
up
If you have time, come ______ my house later!

Solution:
by
My pens are all broken, I could do ______ some new ones.

Solution:
with
I haven't seen you with Lilly for a long time, did you two fall ______?

Solution:
out
That dress suits you, it goes well ______ your eye colour!

Solution:
with
I am going on holidy, could you look ______ my pet rabbit?

Solution:
after
This story is so crazy, I think he made it ______

Solution:
up
I want to sleep, please turn ______ the light!

Solution:
off
We had a date yesterday, but he didn't turn [[spacer]!

Solution:
up
I am not hungry now, but could you please set a piece of cake __________ for me?

Solution:
aside
I need to study for my exams this weekend. Sorry, but we have to put our trip ______.

Solution:
off