Phrasal verbs- Reversi Game

Level: Intermediate

Topic: General

Grammar Topic: Phrasal Verbs

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Phrasal Verbs Reversi Game 

 

Playing Cards 

 

 

To tear into pieces 

 

To tear up 

 

To give someone accom- 

modation in your house 

 

To put someone up in 

your house 

 

 

The car stopped outside 

the shop 

 

 

The car pulled up 

outside the shop 

 

To put someone off their 

work 

 

To distract someone 

from their work 

 

Finish your dinner! 

 

 

 

Eat your dinner up! 

 

To put down a deposit 

 

To pay a deposit 

 

We’ve finished the milk. 

 

 

 

We’ve used up the milk 

 

The vet put the old ill 

dog down 

 

The vet killed the old ill 

dog 

 

Increase the volume on 

the TV 

 

 

Turn the TV up 

 

I like it more and more 

 

It’s growing on me 

 

To inflate 

 

To blow up 

 

 

 

The brother and sister 

fell out 

 

The brother and sister 

stopped being friends 

 

To learn a language 

without effort 

 

 

To pick up a language 

 

He dropped off in his 

armchair 

 

He fell asleep in his 

armchair 

 

I’m off! 

 

 

 

I’m going! 

 

It lived up to my 

expectations. 

 

It was as good as I 

expected. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2007 

 

 

The milk’s gone off 

 

 

 

The milk’s gone bad 

 

We consider it our 

home. 

 

We look on it as our 

home. 

 

Sales have increased 

 

Sales are up 

 

I could see him in the 

distance. 

 

I could make him out in 

the distance. 

 

 

To fall asleep 

 

To drop off 

 

 

He communicates his 

ideas well. 

 

He puts his ideas across 

well. 

 

 

 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2007