Grammar Quiz: Phrasal Verbs - Have

Topic: Phrasal Verbs | Level: Intermediate

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - 'Have down as' means to have a bad opinion of.
Q2 - If you have it in for someone, you have a grudge against them.
Q3 - If you have it out with someone, you entertain them in your home.
Q4 - If you have someone down as a conservative, you think that is what they believe.
Q5 - If you have some cheese in the house, you haven't run out.
Q6 - If you have something against someone, you don't believe them.
Q7 - If you have the builders in your home, they are doing work there.
Q8 - If you have it away with someone, you have a particular opinion about what they believe or think.
Q9 - If you have friends round, you tell them exactly what you think of them.
Q10 - If you have a day off, you don't go to work.

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Q1 - 'Have down as' means to have a bad opinion of.
True False
Q2 - If you have it in for someone, you have a grudge against them.
True False
Q3 - If you have it out with someone, you entertain them in your home.
True False
Q4 - If you have someone down as a conservative, you think that is what they believe.
True False
Q5 - If you have some cheese in the house, you haven't run out.
True False
Q6 - If you have something against someone, you don't believe them.
True False
Q7 - If you have the builders in your home, they are doing work there.
True False
Q8 - If you have it away with someone, you have a particular opinion about what they believe or think.
True False
Q9 - If you have friends round, you tell them exactly what you think of them.
True False
Q10 - If you have a day off, you don't go to work.
True False

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