Solutions for: App 289 / Phrasal Verbs - Carry On! (2)

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"?
He loves windsurfing, doesn't he? Yes, he has really taken __________ it?

Solution:
to
They want to climb to the top of the mountain and have set ______ this morning.

Solution:
off
Do you know what? I ran ______ Sophie yesterday!

Solution:
into
I want to put Leo __________ as team captain.

Solution:
forward
It is too far to drive, I cannot get ______ it in time.

Solution:
to
Please don't fall ______ him, he likes to play tricks on people.

Solution:
for
Do you need these shelves? No, I think I can actually do ______ them.

Solution:
without
It is very difficult, but I want to carry __________ with it nevertheless.

Solution:
through
The forecast says heavy rain tomorrow so the sports day has been ______ off.

Solution:
called
I think he would be perfect on our team, but he doesn't want to join. Could you __________ him round?

Solution:
bring
I am so sad, my cat got run ______ last night.

Solution:
over
She is bullying me and I will no longer put ______ with it!

Solution:
up
I want to bake a cake but we have run ______ of eggs.

Solution:
out
Jo and I had a big argument. I want to end our relationship, so I will __________ up with her tomorrow.

Solution:
break