Advanced Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs (MIXED) 1
Complete each of the sentences with a verb from the box, making sure that it fits grammatically into the sentence.
jump at | deprive of | hanker after | take aback | stumble across | abide by | mull over | sail through | go back on | stow away
Susan had expected everybody to
the rules she had applied to her own life.
on ships for many reasons but usually they are attempting to leave a region of conflict.
When a baby is
oxygen at birth the consequences may last a lifetime.
All of us were a bit
to learn that David was moving to Australia next month.
a promise to swap shirts after Sorrentino's saved his penalty.
Members of a diving club
a trove of 1,000-year-old gold coins off Israel's Mediterranean coast.
There are still athletes who
a British shoe that is strong and reliable.
She’s a real show supporter and
the chance to throw her hat into the showgirl ring.
It's really important to find the right driving instructor to help you
your driving test.
Before approving the budget, commissioners will
many of these proposals and others.
to accept and act according to a law, an agreement,
hide in a vehicle, ship, or plane in order to travel without permission
prevent sb from having sth, especially something important
shock or surprise somebody very much
go back on
not do something that you promised or agreed to do
find something, or meet someone, by accident
have a strong desire for something
jump at sth
take an opportunity that is offered to you in a very enthusiastic way
succeed very easily in a test, examination
mull sth over
spend time thinking carefully about a plan or proposal