Match the phrasal verbs on the left with its meaning on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable.
Phrasal Verbs (Idioms)
  • come down in the world
  • fall out of use
  • keep your hair on
  • give up the ghost
  • go without saying
  • drive somebody up the wall
  • put somebody in the picture
  • pull one's socks up
  • make up for lost time
  • play into somebody's hands
  • to die
  • to stop being used
  • to make someone irritated, angry, or crazy
  • to be known without the need to mention
  • to try to improve your performance, work etc.
  • to become less wealthy, successful, etc.
  • to do exactly what an enemy, opponent, etc. wants
  • to give somebody the information they need
  • to do sth faster because you haven't done it before
  • to keep calm and not get annoyed
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FCE Phrasal Verbs (Idioms)

1) come down in the world to become less wealthy, successful, etc.
2) fall out of use to stop being used
3) keep your hair on to keep calm and not get annoyed
4) give up the ghost to die
5) go without saying to be known without the need to mention
6) drive somebody up the wall to make someone irritated, angry, or crazy
7) put somebody in the picture to give somebody the information they need
8) pull one's socks up to try to improve your performance, work etc.
9) make up for lost time to do sth faster because you haven't done it before
10) play into somebody's hands to do exactly what an enemy, opponent, etc. wants