Phrasal Verbs - About
Exercise Instructions: Choose the correct answer.
Instructions: Choose the correct answer.
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Q1 - If you set about some work, you divide it among your colleagues.
Q2 - If you kick an idea about, you discuss it.
Q3 - If you kick an idea about, you reject it.
Q4 - If someone goes on about something, they talk a great deal about it.
Q5 - If rumours are flying about, nobody believes them.
Q6 - If someone asks you what you're on about, they want you to explain yourself better.
Q7 - If people faff about, they have finished something successfully.
Q8 - If something occurs, it goes about.
Q9 - If someone is talking a lot about something, they are banging on about it.
Q10 - If something occurs, it comes about.