Go Phrasal Verb Exercise

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Use the phrasal verbs below to complete the 2 multiple choice exercises on this page.

  • go back = return to
  • go on = continue
  • go up = increase
  • go down = decrease
  • go out with = to date
  • go off = to dislike
  • go over = to focus on
  • go through = to look carefully at
  • go on = to happen

To complete this multiple-choice exercise, match the verb in bold with the correct form of the phrasal verb go.

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Phrasal Verb Go Exercise

Practise go as a phrasal verb with this exercise.

Go back = return to

go on = continue

go up = increase

go down = decrease

go out with = to date

go off = to dislike

go over = to focus on

go through = to look carefully at

go on = to happen

1 / 12

This document has many errors. Let’s look carefully at it together to find them.

2 / 12

When I finish my studies in Europe, I will return to Senegal. I would like to find work somewhere near my family home.

3 / 12

I couldn’t believe my luck! When I went to buy the dress, the price was less than before.

4 / 12

I told the salesman that I wasn’t interested but he just continued talking about the product.

5 / 12

They kept their relationship a secret because they didn’t want anyone to know that they had started dating each other.

6 / 12

What’s happening? Why are you children making so much noise?

7 / 12

The shop isn’t doing well. People just pass it without even looking through the window.

8 / 12

I will give you an introduction to the overall plan to start with and we can look carefully at the details at a later stage.

9 / 12

When I was pregnant, I stopped liking milk. I just couldn’t drink it all.

10 / 12

My mother always calls to find out what’s happening in my life. She’s very curious.

11 / 12

It’s started raining. We’d better return home before we get wet.

12 / 12

The price of fuel just keeps getting higher. It’s become so expensive, people have started using public transport instead.

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