Advanced Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs (IN/INTO) 2
Complete each of the sentences with a verb from the box, making sure that it fits grammatically into the sentence.
have | do | rake | flood | turn | eat | blend | drink | stand | result
Martha sat on the terrace with her mouth open,
in the stunning view.
In the past six years, tens of thousands of refugees
into Europe, nearly half of which from Syria.
Sweden's controversial anti-lockdown strategy
in a high death toll and no real economic gain.
The police stopped Marlon again last week. He thinks they
it in for him.
Sluggish productivity growth meant that companies couldn't raise pay without
You should turn off all digital devices 30 minutes before you plan to
in for the night.
When I got home I was completely
in after all that running around.
The first secretary of state will
in for the Prime Minister while he is in the hospital.
The top football clubs are
in millions from sales of merchandise.
The new library
in perfectly with the largely medieval town centre.
experience something with great enjoyment
move quickly into some place or thing in large numbers
result in sth
cause a particular situation to happen
have it in for sb
be determined to criticize or harm someone
gradually reduce the amount of time, money
. that is available
go to bed in the evening
be done in
be very tired, exhausted
stand in for sb
do sb else’s job temporarily while they are not available to do it
earn a lot of money without trying very hard
blend in with
look or seem the same as surrounding people or things