120 câu trắc nghiệm môn Tiếng Anh - Cụm động từ (Có đáp án)

120 câu trắc nghiệm môn Tiếng Anh - Cụm động từ (Có đáp án)

1. It was the third time in six months that the bank had been held .

A. over B. down C. up D. out

2. I always run of money before the end of the month.

A. out B. back C. up D. down

3. It's taking me longer to get the operation than I thought.

A. through B. by C. up from D. over

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EXERCISES ON PHRASAL VERBS 
 [BÀI TẬP VỀ CỤM ĐỘNG TỪ ] 
1. It was the third time in six months that the bank had been held . 
C. up A. over B. down D. out 
2. I always run of money before the end of the month. 
A. out B. back C. up D. down 
3. It's taking me longer to get the operation than I thought. 
A. through B. by C. up from D. over 
4. I've just spent two weeks looking an aunt of mine who's been ill. 
A. at B. for C. out for D. after 
5. I've always got well with old people. 
A. off B. on C. in D. through 
6. It's very cold in here. Do you mind if I turn the heating? 
A. down B. away C. off D. on 
7. They've a new tower where that old building used to be. 
A. put up B. put down C. pushed up D. pushed down 
8. Stephen always wanted to be an actor when he up. 
A. came B. grew C. brought D. settled 
9. The bus only stops here to passengers. 
A. alight B. get on C. get off D. pick up 
10. If anything urgent comes , you can contact me at this number. 
A. across B. by C. up D. round 
11. Your daughter's just started work, hasn't she? How's she getting ? 
A. by B. on C. out D. in 
12. We had to turn their invitation to lunch as we had a previous engagement. 
A. over B. out C. up D. down 
13. While driving to work, we ran out gas. 
A. up B. of C. in D. to 
14. He died heart disease. 
A. from B. because C. of D. in 
15. The elevator is not running today. It is order. 
A. to B. out C. out of D. in 
16. I explained him what it meant. 
A. to B. about C. over D. from 
17. Pasteur devoted all his life science. 
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A. for B. in C. on D. to 
18. House cats are distantly related lions and tigers. 
A. in B. to C. of D. about 
19. Is this type of soil suitable growing tomatoes ? 
A. for B. about C. in D. at 
20. Were you aware the regulations against smoking in this area ? 
A. in B. with C. of D. about 
21. One meter is approximately equal a yard. 
A. about B. on C. to D. with 
22. Jane doesn't spend much money clothes. 
A. over B. about C. at D. on 
23. She always takes good care her children. 
A. for B. in C. of D. with 
24. William insists getting up early, even on weekends. 
A. on B. to C. toward D. for 
25. What does this symbol refer ? 
A. on B. to C. for D. toward 
26. The accident resulted several minor injuries. 
A. on B. in C. of D. at 
27. Congratulations _ your success! 
A. to B. on C. in D. up 
28. Mrs. Liz was accused having stolen the car. 
A. of B. with C. in D. upon 
29. We are here to provide you the best service possible. 
A. of B. with C. to D. for 
30. He has been absent school very often lately. 
A. from B. on C. in D. with 
31. Vehicles also account air pollution in the cities. 
A. on B. at C. for D. in 
32. Last night I was invited a formal get-together and I enjoyed myself a great deal. 
A. to B. at C. for D. about 
33. The police blamed the mother neglecting her child. 
A. to B. for C. with D. of 
34. They prevented me _ talking to that woman . 
A. from B. on C. with D. at 
35. Take the number 7 bus and get at Forest Road. 
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A. up B. down C. off D. outside 
36. If you want to join this club, you must this application form. 
A. make up B. write down C. do up D. fill in 
37. The water company will have to off water supplies while repairs to the pipes are carried 
. 
A. take/in B. cut/out C. set/up D. break/to 
38. He wanted to off all his work before he came to the cinema with us. 
A. finish B. stop C. end D. put 
39. They were 30 minutes later because their car down. 
D. broke A. got B. put C. cut 
40. That problem is them. We can’t make our mind yet. 
A. out off/on B. up to/up C. away from/for D. on for/off 
41. Brian asked Judy to dinner and a movie. 
A. out B. on C. for D. of 
42. My wife backed me over my decision to quit my job. 
A. down B. up C. of D. for 
43. The racing car after it crashed into the fence. 
A. blew out B. blew over C. blew up D. blew down 
44. Our car at the side of the highway in the snowstorm. 
A. broke into B. broke away C. broke in D. broke down 
45. Mike Alaska, so he's used to cold weather. 
A. comes over B. comes in C. comes across D. comes from 
46. Jane had a difficult childhood. She a broken home. 
A. came from B. came over C. came in D. came up with 
47. The woman when the police told her that her son had died. 
A. broke down B. broke away C. broke in D. broke into 
48. Our teacher broke the final project into three separate parts. 
A. in D. down B. into C. away 
49. Somebody last night and stole our stereo. 
A. broke off B. broke in C. broke out D. broke up 
50. The firemen had to break the room to rescue the children. 
A. off B. up C. out D. into 
51. The bomb when he rang the bell. 
A. went over B. went on C. went out D. went off 
52. No one really believed it when the news came through that the "Titanic" had on her maiden 
voyage. 
C. gone down A. gone over B. gone on D. gone off 
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53. Does this jacket my trousers? 
A. go with B. go through with C. go ahead D. go off 
54. He about his new car all the time. 
A. goes over B. goes on C. goes out D. goes off 
55. Do you think you could this work with me some time, Peter? 
A. go over B. go on C. go out D. go off 
56. We have permission to with the plan. 
A. go ahead B. go over C. go on D. go off 
57. I know you find the course boring, Pauline, but since you've started it, you mightas well it. 
A. go with B. go through with C. go ahead D. go off 
58. The building of the new bridge will as planned. 
A. go up D. go ahead B. put up C. go out 
59. I see the price of bread has again. 
A. gone up B. put up C. gone out D. fallen out 
60. He was caught shop - lifting but since this was his first offence he was_ with a warning. 
A. gone out B. gone ahead C. fallen out D. let off 
61. She her father; everyone says how alike they are! 
A. takes after B. takes off C. falls out D. lets off 
62. There was a power cut and all the lights . 
A. went up B. put up C. went out D. went ahead 
63. You look upset, Sven. Have you and Niger again? 
A. gone out B. gone grey C. fallen out D. let off 
64. Paul, do you think you could me for the night? It's a bit too late to go home now. 
A. let me off D. put me up B. go me out C. fall me out 
65. Children made their hair . 
A. go out B. go grey C. fall out D. let off 
66. The doctor asked me to my shirt. 
A. put off B. take off C. take out D. put out 
67. Shall we go somewhere a drink? 
A. for B. from C. to D. of 
68. Everyone can _ in this school activity. 
A. take off B. take on C. take part D. take 
69. Do you want to stop in this town, or shall we ? 
A. turn on B. turn off C. go on D. look after 
70. Who will the children while you go out to work? 
A. look for B. look up C. look after D. look at 
71. Please the light, it’s getting dark here. 
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A. turn on B. turn off C. turn over D. turn into 
72. The nurse has to at the midnight 
A. take care B. take on C. take over C. take off 
73. There is an inflation. The prices . 
A. are going on B. are going down C. are going over D. are going up 
74. Remember to _ your shoes when you are in a Japanese house. 
A. take care B. take on C. take over C. take off 
75. You can the new words in the dictionary. 
A. look for B. look after C. look up D. look at 
76. It’s cold outside. your coat. 
A. Put on B. Put down C. Put off D. Put into 
77. Frank never turns up on time for a meeting.
A. calls B. arrives C. reports D. prepares 
78.Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.
A. do B. let C. delay D. leave 
79. My father still hasn’t really recovered from the death of my mother.
A. looked after D. got over B. taken after C. gone off 
80. The bomb exploded with a loud bang which could be heard all over the town.
A. went on B. went out C. went off D. went away 
81. John, could you look after my handbag while I go out for a minute.
A. take part in B. take over C. take place D. take care of 
82. Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn’t get his boss. 
A. up to B. on for C. on well with D. in with 
83. Why do they talking about money all the time? 
A. keep on B. give up C. take after D. stop by 
84. My father gave up smoking two years ago.
A. liked B. continued C. stopped D. enjoyed 
85. The government hopes to its plans for introducing cable TV. 
A. turn out B. carry out C. carry on D. keep on 
86. When the tenants failed to pay their bill, the authorities decided to the gas supply to the flat. 
A. cut down B. cut out C. cut off D. cut up 
87. I was born in Scotland but I in Northern Ireland. 
A. grew up B. raised C. brought up D. rose 
88. Both Ann and her sister look like her mother.
A. take after B. take place C. take away D. take on 
89. I’ll be back in a minute, Jane. I just want to try out my new tape recorder.
A. resemble B. test C. arrive D. buy 
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90. She got angry when they started to . her private life.
A. ask for B. enquire after C. ask about D. enquire with 
91. She ran in a marathon last week but . after tenkilometers.
A. dropped out B. closed down C. broke up D. made up 
92. Gertrude takes .her mother; she has blue eyes and fair hair too.
A. in B. up C. after D. down 
93. It took him a long time to . the death of his wife.
A. take away B. get over C. take off D. get through 
94. There were so many kinds of cameras ., and I didn't know which to buy.
A. to choose B. choosing from 
C. chosen D. to choose from 
95. Billy hasn't been working; he won't . his examinations.
A. get off B. get through C. keep up D. keep off 
96. They arrived . the airport . good time for the plane.
A. in - on B. to - in C. at - in D. to - for 
97. Did Mr. Tan . the class while Miss Fiona was ill in hospital?
A. take away B. take over C. take up D. take off 
98. Paula applied for the post but she was ..
A. turned down B. checked out C. kept under D. pushed ahead 
99. If orders keep coming in like this, I'll have to . morestaff.
A. give up B. add in C. gain on D. take on 
100. Why do they . talking about money all the time? 
A. keep on B. side with C. take after D. work off 
101. In addition to Mr. Thomas and Miss White, the principal . attend the school party. 
A. is likely B. is going to C. are likely D. are going to 
102. We were too tired to wash after the meal. 
A. over B. out C. up D. on 
103. Do you want to stop in this town, or shall we ? 
A. turn on B. turn off C. go on D. look after 
104. Who will the children while you go out to work? 
A. look for B. look up C. look after D. look at 
105. Please the light, it’s getting dark here. 
A. turn on B. turn off C. turn over D. turn into 
106. The nurse has to at the midnight. 
A. take care B. take on C. take over D. take off 
107. There is an inflation. The prices . 
A. are going on B. are going down C. are going over D. are going up 
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108. Remember to your shoes when you are in a Japanese house. 
A. take care B. take on C. take over D. take off 
109. You can _ the new words in the dictionary. 
C. look up A. look for B. look after D. look at 
110. It’s cold outside. your coat. 
A. Put on B. Put down C. Put off D. Put into 
111. Frank never turns up on time for a meeting. 
A. calls B. arrives C. reports D. prepares 
112. Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. 
A. do B. let C. delay D. Leave 
113. My father still hasn’t really recovered from the death of my mother. 
D. got over A. looked after B. taken after C. gone off 
114. The bomb exploded with a loud bang which could be heard all over the town. 
C. went off A. went on B. went out D. went away 
115. John, could you look after my handbag while I go out for a minute. 
D. take care of A. take part in B. take over C. take place 
116. Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn’t get his boss. 
A. up to B. on for C. on well with D. in with 
117. Why do they _ talking about money all the time? 
A. keep on B. give up C. take after D. stop by 
118. My father gave up smoking two years ago. 
C. stopped A. liked B. continued D. enjoyed 
119. The government hopes to its plans for introducing cable TV. 
A. turn out B. carry out C. carry on D. keep on 
120. When the tenants failed to pay their bill, the authorities decided to the gas supply to the flat. 
A. cut down B. cut out C. cut off D. cut up 
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