Phrasal Verbs: Using Phrasal Verbs in Everyday Situations 18

7th - 8th
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In this foreign language instructional activity, learners fill in the blanks for ten sentences. Each sentence is missing the phrasal verb, and students choose from the three given options to complete the sentences.

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