Grammar Quiz: Phrasal Verbs - Hang

Topic: Phrasal Verbs | Level: Intermediate

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Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - If you hang out for something, you keep possession of it.
Q2 - If you hang with someone, you wait for them.
Q3 - If you hang back, you don't move forwards.
Q4 - If you hang out with people, you spend time socially with them.
Q5 - If someone tells you to hang on, they want you to wait.
Q6 - When you finish a phone call, you hang out.
Q7 - If you hang in there, you give something up.
Q8 - If something is hanging over your head, it is worrying you.
Q9 - If people hang together, they collaborate or work together when things are difficult.
Q10 - If someone ends a phone call suddenly, they hang up on you.

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Q1 - If you hang out for something, you keep possession of it.
True False
Q2 - If you hang with someone, you wait for them.
True False
Q3 - If you hang back, you don't move forwards.
True False
Q4 - If you hang out with people, you spend time socially with them.
True False
Q5 - If someone tells you to hang on, they want you to wait.
True False
Q6 - When you finish a phone call, you hang out.
True False
Q7 - If you hang in there, you give something up.
True False
Q8 - If something is hanging over your head, it is worrying you.
True False
Q9 - If people hang together, they collaborate or work together when things are difficult.
True False
Q10 - If someone ends a phone call suddenly, they hang up on you.
True False

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