Is 'To Wait' Separable or Inseparable? - Phrasal Verb Quiz

Quiz for Verb: 'To wait'

Choose the correct definition for each phrasal verb...

'Wait on' - Sell goods in a shop

'Wait in' - Stay at home because someone is going to visit

'Wait out' - Wait till something has finished, usually something unpleasant

'Wait on' - Serve people in a restaurant

'Wait up' - Not go to bed because you are waiting

'Wait around' - Wait somewhere doing nothing

'Wait on' - Provide someone with everything they need or want

'Wait behind' - Stay somewhere after other people have left

'Wait up!' - Stop (imperative)

'Wait upon' - Wait for a result before being able to make a decision