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Tài liệu ôn tập ngữ pháp tiếng anh tham khảo gồm tổng hợp câu hỏi trắc nghiệm ngữ pháp về Phrasal Verbs trong chương trình tiếng anh lớp 9 Trung học cơ sở. Các bạn học sinh cùng tham khảo làm bài tập để củng cố kiến thức ngữ pháp PHRASAL VERBS 1. Everyone knows about the pollution problems, but not many people have _____ any solutions. A. come up with B. thought over C. get round to D. looked into 2. Many factories break the anti-pollution laws and _____. A. get away with it B. put up with it C. take it over D. come round to it 3. Disposing of waste and rubbish is a hard problem to _____. A. deal with B. carry out C. put up D. get away 4. Most people in cities should _____ cycling instead of using cars. A. take up B. set up C. rely on D. get round to 5. Most governments seem to just _____ dealing with environmental problems. A. put off B. make up for C. do without D. take after 6. What time did you turn _____ last night? A. in B. away C. up D. over 7. He finally broke _____ his new shoes. A. in B. off C. on D. away 8. She got up when the alarm went _____. A. off B. over C. in D. up 9. Put _____ the cigarette, please. – I don’t like the smell of it. A. out B. in C. up D. off 10. Sixteen people showed _____ for her volleyball training session. A. up B. on C. through D. over 11. Were you brought _____ in the city or in the country? A. up B. forward C. over D. off 12. Your computer can sometimes let you _____. A. down B. out C. up D. off 13. No matter how she tries, she never _____ over her shyness. A. gets B. goes C. sees D. comes 14. Their marriage finally _____ apart after three months. A. fell B. got C. went D. moved 15.The police have been _____ in to deal with the riot. A. called B. taken C. put D. pushed 16. Don’t let him treat you badly. _____ him. A. Stand up to B. Get away with C. Come down with D. Keep on at 17. How many people _____ in the storm a few days ago? A. passed on B. called by C. broke off D. gave off 18. We can trust Jim. He is the kind of person who always _____ his promise. A. stands by B. comes up C. looks up to D. pays back 19. Success often _____ to luck. A. boils down B. comes down C. goes up D. depends on 20. I was _____ in a month in autumn 20 years ago. A. taken up B. put up C. given to D. brought forth 21. No witnesses to the murdẹr have come _____ and the police are struggling to solve the crime. A. forward B. around C. across D. back 22. When they first met, Kate was quite taken _____ Jim. A. with B. away with C. to D. through 23. It is wrong to _____ poorer people. A. look down on B. make off with C. get away with D. put down to 24. Why don’t you _____ a more famous school? A. go in for B. put by C. give for D. move on 25. I _____ in the middle and missed the end of the film. A. dropped off B. fell off C. dropped outq D. fell out 26. The new magazine about maintenance will _____ tomorrow. A. come out B. take off C. get out D. go about 27. I was going to the football match when I was suddenly held _____. A. up B. down C. off D. away with 28. His aunt told _____ Hugh for making so much noise. A. off B. down C. over D. aside 29. I think a sip of wine can bring him _____. A. round B. up C. out D. forth 30. The ceiling fans were on, but unfortunately they only _____ the hot, humid air. A. stirred up B. poured through C. turned into D. cut back 31. He _____ this city down so much that I don’t know why he doesn’t leave. A. runs B. pulls C. talks D. holds 31. They didn’t take _____ each other the first time they met. A. to B. in C. with D. out 32. It was a serious quarrel, and they took a long time to make it _____. A. up B. over C. through D. off 33. If the weather doesn’t clear up, we’ll have to knock _____ early; we can’t work in the rain. A. off B. out C. down D. up 34. All her hard work paid _____ in the end and she’s now very successful. A. off B. back C. out D. up 35. The hotel didn’t _____ my expectations. A. come up to B. get up to C. come down to D. get down to 36. Please bring the matter _____ at the next meeting. A. forward B. into C. away D. off 37. The meeting didn’t _____ until late. A. break up B. hold down C. cross off D. turn over 38. Don’t make up your mind at once, _____ it _____ with your lawyer first. A. talk … over B. get … up C. go … in D. show … up 39. We all were _____ by his disguise. A. taken in B. got off C. brought up D. given in 40. After the music had died _____, there was a storm of applause. A. away B. out C. off D. down 41. He takes _____ his father in many ways. A. after B. in C. on D. up 42. The Press thought the football manager would be depressed by his dismissal but he just _____. A. laughed it off B. ran it down C. turned it down D. called it off 43. When the funds finally _____, they had to abandon the scheme. A. petered out B. fobbed out C. faded away D. clamped down 44. We are doing _____ our kitchen today and we could do _____ more paint. A. up / with B. over / with C. away / up d. without / with 45. George decided to step _____ from his position as company chairman. A. down B. aside C. back D. out 46. The police car drove into the car park and pulled _____ sharply. A. in B. up C. aside D. about 47. I’ve been meaning to get _____ repairing that fence for ages. A. round to B. out of C. up to D. on to 48. We finally managed to _____ our point of view. A. bring her round to B. fool her into C. take her up on D. fix her up with 49. There was so much noise that we could hardly _____ what the speaker was saying. A. take in B. take up C. bring in D. get out 50. If order keeps coming in like this, I will have to _____ more staff. A. take on B. gain on C. add up D. give up 51. We are looking for someone who can _____ with the rest of team. A. fit in B. act up C. work off D. get up 52. I would love to be able to _____ my children in the country. A. bring up B. get up C. grow up D. wake up 53. I warned them to _____, otherwise they would hit their heads. A. bend down B. put down C. let down D. lie down 54. The two boys _____ to the building easily because there was no security. A. broke in B. put in C. came in D. checked in 55. She was relieved to _____ of the party – it was so hot in there. A. get out B. run out C. come out D. break out 56. He will _____ leaving the door open – it drives me mad! A. keep on B. go on C. carry on D. hold on 57. We were so late, the plane nearly _____ without us! A. took off B. got off C. went off D. set off 58. He _____ her difficult behaviour even though it made him angry. A. put up with B. got on with C. hung on to D. looked forward to 59. Give me your blouse and I’ll see if the stain will _____. A. come out B. fall out C. get out D. go out 60. The horse was injured and had to be _____. A. put away B. given off C. died out D. done away with PHRASAL VERBS 1. On November 5, a lot of firework is _______ off in England. A. set B. gone C. sent D. burned 2. Let’s move ______ to the next item on the agenda. A. in B. by C. up D. on 3. I am fed ________ hanging around here with nothing to do. A. up on B. out of C. up with D. by 4. On farms, when the cattle are too ill, farmers often have to put them ______ . A. in B. down C. up D. away 5. The professor broke ________ her lecture when she heard a cell phone ringing. A. away B. in C. off D. out 6. I could not ________ the peak of mountain in the foggy weather. A. get over B. make out C. see through D. go into 7. We all need friends whom we can ________ when we are in trouble. A. call on B. break off C. rely on D. go by 8. Constantly staying in cold weather may bring _______ pneumonia. A. in B. about C. up D. on 9. Don’t let poachers get ________ hunting animals. They deserve to be punished. A. off B. out of C. on D. away with 10. I cannot stay up late at night. I prefer _________ in early. A. going B. breaking C. turning D. doing 11. My little son is learning how to ________ his shoes. A. put off B. get on C. take to D. do up 12. It took a long time for him to get _____.the disappointment of losing the match. A. off B.over C. down D. through 13. I am sorry to hear that Peter and Dick have _____. They were such good friends. A. fallen against B. fallen out C. dropped out D. dropped against 14. I’ve been trying to ring him all evening but I can’t _____. A. get over B. get through C. get across D. get by 15. Maybe we should _____ Mr. Smith to see his rose garden. A. call at B. call on C. call for D. call out 16. All the children in this area have gone _____ mumps. A. down with B. along with C. out with D. in for 17. He felt he was badly let _____ by his best friend. A. off B. out C. down D. away 18. At first the children enjoyed the game but quite soon the novelty _____. A. went off B. died out C. died down D. wore off 19. If business was bad, they had to _____ some of their staff. A. put down B. lay off C. take on D. hang up 20. The workers decided to _____ until their demands were met. A. stand up B. lie bebehind C. sit in D. sleep out 21. The union threatened to _____ the workers on strike. A. call out B. ask up C. hear out D. see down 22. On an impulse he _____ his job and went abroad. A. gave in B. put off C. threw up D. set down 23. The staff _____ in support of their pay claim. A. fell off B. walked out C. kept back D. turned off 24. We got to the stop just as the coach was _____. A. taking off B. making out C. settling down D. pulling away 25. Once again poor Colin has been _____ for promotion. A. stood by B. passed over C. locked out D. strucked off 26. If my work conditions don’t improve, I will _____ my notice. A. give up B. fire off C. hand in D. give out 27. The police told us to keep _____ the area. A. off with B. away with C. away from D. in with 28. He had been putting some money _____ every month. A. aside B. forth C. by D. A and C are correct 29. After 2 years in prison, he’s now _____ lost time. A. making up for B. bringing round to C. taking away from D. going by 30. I told the boys _____ for making so much noise. A. apart B. off C. on D. against PASSAGE 1: I (1)________ an old friend by accident the other day. I was going to (2)________ my son from school when suddenly my car broke (3)________. I called (4)________ my husband on my cell phone. While I was waiting for him to (5)________, a truck crashed into my car. The driver (6)________ the truck to check (7)________ the damage. It was my friend Patrick. I hadn’t seen him since I (8)________ college. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. We (9)________ and it was nice to (10)________ the information about other friends while we were waiting for my husband and the tow truck. 1. A. ran into B. came across C. ran across D. A, B, C are correct 2. A. pick on B. pick up C. drop in on D. take out 3. A. down B. off C. up D. away 4. A. up B. in C. away D. on 5. A. turn up B. show up C. come into D. Both A and B are correct 6. A. got away with B. got out of C. went out D. Both A and B are correct 7. A. up B. in C. out D. out of 8. A. gave up B. dropped off C. dropped by D. gave off 9. A. chatted away B. talked into C. spoke up D. fell for 10. A. take back B. deal with C. catch up on D. carry out PASSAGE 2: The Terrys were sitting calmly having afternoon tea in their lounge when the van (1)______ up outside. The words ‘Reliable Removals – you can (2)______ us’ were printed on the side of the van in large blue capitals. Soon afterwards, an enormous man covered in tattoos appeared on the doorstep. Tim opened the door. ‘Sorry we’re late, guv,’ sail the tattoo man, ‘we hadn’t (3)______ all the traffic on the motorway, otherwise we’d have been here sooner. Isn’t that right, Lester? His companion, an unshaven man roughly half his size, joined in: ‘We didn’t budge for a good half hour, and we (4)______ up coming off the motorway and going through the villages. I did try and phone, but I couldn’t get (5)______. Anyway, we’re here now, so let’s (6)______ some serious work.’ Tim said, ‘Erm, I think there’s been some sort of misunderstanding, gentlemen.’ 1. A. drew B. followed C. cropped D. called 2. A. ask after B. bear out C. count on D. draw up 3. A. got up to B. faced up to C. bargained for D. added up 4. A. brought B. ended C. broke D. came 5. A. down B. across C. over D. through 6. A. do away with B. fall out with C. get down to D. come up against PASSAGE 3: When the war (1)______ I must have been (2)______ 18 years of age, and like most boys of my age, I received the news with a kind of naïve enthusiasm, born out of youthful ignorance and inexperience. When I was (3)______, I still had a romantic vision of marching quickly to victory and being home in time for tea. I have an old picture of myself standing proudly in my new uniform – a young man about to (4)______ his responsibilities in life. I look like a boy pretending to be a man – and not quite managing to (5)______ it off. Little did I realise just what I had (6)______. 1. A. came B. bore C. broke D. carried 2. A. getting on for B. falling back on C. getting round to D. feeling up to 3. A. counted on B. broken up C. called up D. asked after 4. A. draw up B. face up to C. do away with D. bring about 5. A. call B. break C. get D. carry 6. A. come in for B. come up against C. come down to D. come up with PASSAGE 4: The small resort of Palama (1)______ out rather in the 1990s, as the tourists flocked to the more obvious attractions of the nearby resorts of Calapo and del Mare. But now, thanks to a major new hotel development plan, business is (2)______, and Palama is more than (3)______ its poor past showing and unfashionable image. The kindest thing one can say about Palama is that it (4)______ you if you’ve been staying there for long enough. It is being (5)______ up as a shining example of the latest retro-style of modern hotel architecture, but as far as this observer is concerned, it only occasionally (6)______ its billing. 1. A. held B. missed C. made D. gave 2. A. picking up B. making out C. paying back D. giving over 3. A. putting in for B. hanging on to C. hitting it off D. making up for 4. A. grows on B. hold with C. puts up with D. pushes on 5. A. played B. put C. held D. made 6. A. lives up to B. holds out C. makes for D. puts across PASSAGE 5: Phil West test drives the Mondo XJS You’d be hard-pushed to find a more comfortable drive – the superb suspension system makes (1)______ an easy drive over bumpy roads, although the performance is somewhat let (2)______ by the handling round corners. Maybe I just drove this monster too fast! The construction manual (3)______ that the XJS can hit a top speed of 240 kph: 200 would be nearer the mark – still not a figure to be sniffed at. The dashboard controls are an absolute picture and easy to operate, although some of the electronics were a bit temperamental on my trial run – at one point, alarmingly, the windscreen wipers decided to (4)______. Also I did not (5)______ with the gearbox, and only found third gear with difficulty. But hey, I’m the world’s most demanding critic – this thing is a beast! Don’t be (6)______ by the price, a cool £85,000. 1. A. out B. off with C. for D. up 2. A. up B. down C. in D. for 3. A. puts up B. pulls off C. makes out D. holds up 4. A. give away B. miss out C. put off D. pack up 5. A. hit it off B. pull it off C. have it out D. live it down 6. A. missed out B. owned up C. put off D. hit upon PASSAGE 6: Telesales have become the bane of my life. Recently I have been so inundated with them that I now refuse to answer the phone between 6 and 9 in the evenings. Friends and relatives understand, and don’t bother calling at these times. Last week I was almost (1)______ accepting a year’s subscription to a video company, before the red mist descended just in time, and I slammed the phone down. If it’s not advisors promising to (2)______ out your finances for you, or persuading you to (3)______ life insurance, it will usually be home improvement companies. My advice is, don’t be taken (4)______ by the friendly chat at the beginning of the conversation. You can (5)______ all their charming chit chat with ease – all they really want is your custom and your money. So (6)______ them, and, preferably politely, just say ‘no’. 1. A. set in B. stuck up for C. worn off D. talked into 2. A. try B. set C. sort D. run 3. A. run into B. take out C. set about D. stand by 4. A. in B. over C. up D. off 5. A. turn out B. take to C. tell off D. see through 6. A. stick up for B. tie in with C. stand up to D. run up against PASSAGE 7: Meetings with (1)______ too much of managers’ time are being blamed for inefficiency and lost revenue, according to a report from the Institute of Managerial Affairs. The report concludes that a lot of meetings which take place in the business world are a waste of time: the decisions made in them could be arrived at by other means, or the manager’s presence delegated, with a capable deputy standing (2)______ the manager. But it seems this message has not (3)______ in yet, for the number of hours devoted to meetings continues to increase annually, in most countries of the world. In-house meetings are bad enough, but some companies insist on lavish affairs in hotels or restaurants, (4)______ huge bills in the process. With delicious irony, one leading finance company has (5)______ a committee to investigate the new scourge of unnecessary meetings. The number of weekly meetings for the committee has just been (6)______ up from two or three! 1. A. run over B. set in C. turn out D. take up 2. A. by B. in for C. up to D. for 3. A. sunk B. set C. taken D. turned 4. A. taking on B. sending up C. working out D. running up 5. A. run into B. sorted out C. taken out D. set up 6. A. sent B. stepped C. run D. taken PASSAGE 8: Joe (1)______ the building work his team was doing on the new companies offices because he had heard that the company was going to bankrupt. He knew the money was going to dry (2)______, so he was not prepared to continue. Most of the team immediately (3)______ up what they were doing but some of them first (4)________ the task they were working on. Jow himself quickly (5)______ the last of his paperwork and then packed (6)______ too. 1. A. called off B. called upon C. puts off D. A and C are correct 2. A. off B. up C. out D. away 3. A. thought B. called C. brought D. broke 4. A. finished off B. wrapped up C. got through D. A, B and C are correct 5. A. thought over B. gave up C. polished off D. broke down 6. A. up B. off C. out D. away . PHRASAL VERBS 1. Everyone knows about the pollution problems, but not many people. had to be _____. A. put away B. given off C. died out D. done away with PHRASAL VERBS 1. On November 5, a lot of firework is _______ off in England. A.

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