Language Variation Quiz: Preposition 'Around'

Quiz: Preposition 'Around'

Which variation of English is associated with each of the following phrasal verbs?

'Stop around' - Visit someone for a short time.

'Goof around' - Fool around, not be serious

'Root around' - Look in a place to try to find something

'Jack around' - Make trouble for someone, fail to keep promises

'Mooch around' - Spend time doing little or nothing

'Doss around' - Spend time doing very little or being unproductive

'Hoon around' - Act in a dangerous or reckless way, especially when driving fast

'Screw around' - Waste time

'Bring around' - Bring something with you when you visit

'Drop around' - Visit someone, often without making an arrangement