Quiz: Phrasal Verbs - Kick

Topic: Phrasal Verbs | Level: Intermediate

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Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - If you give someone a kickback, you give them an illegal payment or bribe.
Q2 - He was kicked ____ of school for smoking
Q3 - A medicine or drug kicks off when it starts to have an effect.
Q4 - The police kicked the door ____ to get into the house where the criminal was hiding.
Q5 - We kicked ideas ____ for ages until we made our decision.
Q6 - The game kicks ____ at 3pm, so we'd better get there around 2.45.
Q7 - The fight kicked ____ after he insulted them.
Q8 - He started kicking ___ really angrily when they tried to arrest him.
Q9 - If a part of your body kicks up, it hurts you.
Q10 - If you kick around with someone, you socialize with them.

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Q1 - If you give someone a kickback, you give them an illegal payment or bribe.
 
True
 
False
Q2 - He was kicked ____ of school for smoking
 
in
 
away
 
out
Q3 - A medicine or drug kicks off when it starts to have an effect.
 
True
 
False
Q4 - The police kicked the door ____ to get into the house where the criminal was hiding.
 
about
 
in
 
up
Q5 - We kicked ideas ____ for ages until we made our decision.
 
around
 
off
 
in
 
up
Q6 - The game kicks ____ at 3pm, so we'd better get there around 2.45.
 
about
 
in
 
off
 
up
Q7 - The fight kicked ____ after he insulted them.
 
about
 
in
 
off
 
up
Q8 - He started kicking ___ really angrily when they tried to arrest him.
 
around with
 
in
 
off
Q9 - If a part of your body kicks up, it hurts you.
 
True
 
False
Q10 - If you kick around with someone, you socialize with them.
 
True
 
False

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