Unit 1 COMINGS & GOINGS
Unit 2 MOVIES
UNIT 3 - DRIVING
UNIT 4 - FINDING A JOB
Unit 5 HANGING OUT
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Unit 3 Final Quiz

Phrasal VerbDefinition
to block offto prevent from entering
to cut offto cross someone’s path so they have to slow down or stop
to end upto reach a destination or decision that is different than originally planned
to pull out to exit a place
to pull over
to steer toward the side of the road
to slow downto reduce speed
to speed up To increase speed t
to start offto begin a trip/journey
to take offto leave quickly in a vehicle such as a car or plane
to turn aroundto head in the opposite direction
Term/ExpressionMeaning
to back intoto drive intoa parking spot in reverse
to circleto make or form a circle around
to fill upto make a car’s gas tank full
to get a move onto hurry
to head forto proceed or go in a certain direction
to keep on goingto continue to go/ drive
to make good timeto travel far in a short time
to pull forwardto move a vehicle slightly forward
to pull upto move a vehicle slightly forward
to run overto drive over someone or something with a vehicle

Draw lines to match the beginnings of the phrasal verbs with their correct particles/endings. Make sure
you choose the right answer because many of the verbs use the same particle (run over; pull over). To
check your answers, read the full sentences with a partner.

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