Quiz: Phrasal verbs - Count

Topic: Phrasal Verbs | Level: Intermediate

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - I'm counting ____ the days till the holidays start.
Q2 - She counted ____ £50 in five-pound notes and handed them across.
Q3 - If you're going there tomorrow, count me ____- I'd love to go.
Q4 - You can count me ____- I don't want anything to do with it.
Q5 - Can I count ____ your support?
Q6 - My messing things up last time will count ____ me when they're deciding who should be in charge.
Q7 - Loyalty counts ____ a lot in this company.
Q8 - When the shop closed, we counted ____ the day's takings.
Q9 - I count them ____ my closest friends.
Q10 - I was disappointed because I was counting ____ you to be there for me.

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Q1 - I'm counting ____ the days till the holidays start.
 
down
 
on
 
upon
Q2 - She counted ____ £50 in five-pound notes and handed them across.
 
down
 
in
 
out
Q3 - If you're going there tomorrow, count me ____- I'd love to go.
 
down
 
in
 
off
 
upon
Q4 - You can count me ____- I don't want anything to do with it.
 
down
 
in
 
out
 
towards
Q5 - Can I count ____ your support?
 
in
 
off
 
on
 
down
Q6 - My messing things up last time will count ____ me when they're deciding who should be in charge.
 
out
 
down
 
for
 
against
Q7 - Loyalty counts ____ a lot in this company.
 
down
 
off
 
for
 
towards
Q8 - When the shop closed, we counted ____ the day's takings.
 
in
 
off
 
up
 
towards
Q9 - I count them ____ my closest friends.
 
towards
 
against
 
among
 
for
Q10 - I was disappointed because I was counting ____ you to be there for me.
 
against
 
among
 
upon
 
towards

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