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Lots of Nouns (with derivations) - Exercises
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ability batch blade faith gap mess origin parcel privilege result root sack sensation title traffic

Group Two - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
accident effort fibre ghost interior magic mystery noise pace reality situation stage stick tactic tube

Group Three - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
adventure content distance frame lane myth purpose rear scale sheet statement strap string system texture

Group Four - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
aftermath amount branch cane energy gear kit message powder quality reputation stake strip tank tone

Group Five - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
background case collision edge fad lid moment pattern plenty rack silence stalk suit twin unit

Group Six - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
basis column detail fixture hazard idiot level memory passage responsibility rug solution stake summit temper trunk

Phrasal Verbs - Exercises
*Please note that many phrasal verbs have multiple meanings. These exercises cover one meaning of each phrasal verb only.
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Relations - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ask out * bump into * check out * cheer up * get along with * hang out * hit on
hook up * let down * make out * make up * pick on * split up * turn down * turn on

Group Two - School & Work - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
burn out * carry out * catch up * deal with * do over * fall behind * give up
go off * goof off * hand in * hand out * lay off * put off * slack off * sleep in

Group Three - General 1 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
come across * dress up * drop by * find out * look forward to * pass out * pick out * screw up
set up * show off * speak out * tear down * think over * try on * turn out * turn up * wind up

Group Four - General 2 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
clean up * cruise around * get in * get off * get on * get out of * head out * look after
pull over * put away * put on * take off * throw away * turn up * turn down * use up * wake up

Group Five - Trouble! - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
beat up * blow up * break down * check in * check out * chill out * end up * freak out
hold on * hold up * let go * pass up * point out * rip off * take after * wipe out

Group Six - General 3 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ask over * bring up * figure out * get over * look up * mess up * pick up * run out
show around * stick around * talk into * throw up * turn out * work out

Group Seven - General 4 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
bail on * break into * cheat on * drop in * fill in * flip out * get away * get by
put up with * seek out * take down * take off * tell off * think up * touch up

Group Eight - General 5 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
come up with * fill up * fool around * give away * go out with * hang up * have on
leave out * look over * make fun of * put down * run into * start over * tidy up * wear out

Group Nine - General 6 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ask around * account for * back up * boot up * close down * count on * drop out *
fall through * feel up to * fix up * joke around * occur to * rule out * save up* watch out

Group Ten - General 7 - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
add up * allow for * block off * call off * crack down on * drag on * eat out * fall back on
go down * iron out * pass away * pay off * shop around * show up * space out

The Political World - Exercises
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
abolish boundary bribe campaign colony council crisis district empower govern province royal urban vote

Group Two - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ally border boycott citizen combat elect nation parliament protest rural state suburb unite zone

Group Three - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
accord ballot candidate charity corrupt crown era forbid political riot spy territory village

Basic Science & Academia - Exercises
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
absolute advance angle brain calculate dissolve examine mass motor precipitation rocket species substance

Group Two - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
absorb atmosphere bolt classify experiment explore measure multiply planet quantity ray session software

Group Three - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
accelerate add cell course educate matter motion observe protein reproduce satellite segment

Definitions for Phrasal Verbs not included in the online dictionary

back up = to move in a backwards direction
Ex: Most trucks make a little sound when they back up to warn people they are coming.

bail on = to cancel an appointment or planned event at the last minute
Ex: Sorry to bail on you guys again but I can't come to the party tonight.

cruise around = to drive or to go around an area without any specific destination
Ex: We cruised around town in my friend's new car all evening.

flip out = to get extremely angry or excited about something
Ex: My girlfriend will flip out when I tell her I lost her cell phone.

get in = to enter a small vehicle such as a car, taxi, small truck, canoe or kayak
Ex: Just throw your stuff in the trunk and get in the car; we're in a hurry.

get off = to exit a large vehicle, such as a plane, train, ferry, ship or to dismount from a horse, motorcycle or bicycle
Ex: You will have to go through Customs after you get off the plane.

get out of = to exit a small vehicle such as a car, taxi, small truck, canoe or kayak
Ex: We got out of our kayaks and then pulled them up onto the beach.

go out with = to date someone / to have a relationship with someone
Ex: He went out with my sister for about 5 years and we thought they'd get married, but they split up a year ago.

head out = to leave
Ex: I'm going to phone Dave and let him know that we're heading out so that he can meet us at the cinema.

joke around = to make lots of jokes; to try to amuse other people
Ex: He likes to joke around a lot and all the children think he's really funny.

let go = to release / to permit to leave or to stop holding onto something or someone
Ex: Don't let go of the leash or my stupid dog will start chasing the cars.