Is 'To Catch' Separable or Inseparable? - Phrasal Verb Quiz

Quiz for Verb: 'To Catch'

Is the phrasal verb 'To Catch' separable or inseparable in the following examples?

'Catch up with' - Punish someone after they have been doing something wrong for a long time

'Catch out' - Put someone in an unexpected and difficult situation (often passive)

'Catch up with' - When something negative starts to have an effect

'Catch at' - Take or grab hold of something

'Catch on' - Finally understand what is going on

'Catch up on' - Reminisce with an old friend after not seeing them for a while

'Catch up in' - Become involved, often against one’s will

'Catch up with' - Meet someone after a period of time and find out what they have been doing

'Catch out' - Discover or prove that someone is lying

'Catch up with' - Do something that should have been done earlier