Phrasal Verbs


These exercises DO NOT TEST your knowledge of phrasal verbs. They help you to understand them.

An article for teachers:

So-called phrasal verbs

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7 thoughts on “Phrasal Verbs

  • Caren

    Hi Glenys,
    It’s great to see so many new exercises!
    I’m going to recommend some of these to a group of students I’m working with.
    I’ve just noticed that you refer to prepositions as being “on the left” here. It’s a bit confusing, because they’re actually at the top with the pictures at the bottom. It took me a minute to understand!
    Will give you more feedback as soon as I have time to.
    Take care!

  • Glenys Hanson

    Thanks, Caren, for pointing out the erroneous instruction. (I’d changed the lay out but forgot about the instructions.)
    I’ve fixed broken links in the exercise Menu too.
    Tell your students that they’ll get a reply to any comments – specially ones suggesting improvements.
    I’d give them a badge too but if I did Fanny Passeport would tease me about it. (


  • Sonia

    J’ai eu du mal dans le déplacement des étiquettes. La disposition horizontale est très intéressante visuellement. 🙂 Merci.

    • Glenys Hanson

      Hi Sonia,
      On Windows 7? On Mac? Firefox? Chrome? …?
      It’s not me you have to thank for the horizontal layout – it’s Agnès Simonet.

      Thanks for the feedback.

      • Sonia

        On Mac with Firefox. J’ai insisté mais c’était un peu fastidieux car l’éthiquette ne s’accrochait pas. J’ai peut-être besoin d’entraînement en tant qu’apprenante?

          • Sonia

            C’est mieux, mais aussi, peut-être que j’ai mieux compris ce qu’il faut faire avec l’éthiquette. 🙂