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

Quiz for Verb: 'To Walk'

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

'Walk off with' - Take something without permission or steal





'Walk out' - Leave work because of a dispute with the management





'Walk into' - Be unaware of the presence of something and either enter it (a trap) or bump into it (an obstruction)





'Walk off with' - Win easily





'Walk away with' - Win easily





'Walk out on' - Leave somebody angrily





'Walk away from' - Leave something you don't like





'Walk out' - Leave a place angrily or because you are not satisfied





'Walk through' - Explain or demonstrate something carefully to someone





'Walk back from' - Retract a statement