Phrasal Verbs (Idioms)

Match the phrasal verbs on the left with its meaning on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • 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