In English grammar, phrasal verbs are multi-word verbs usually composed of a regular verb and an adverb or a preposition (sometimes both). The two words combined act as a single verb and usually change the meaning of the original verb. Take these common phrasal verbs quizzes to expand your knowledge and test your grammar skills.
Final Thoughts on Phrasal Verbs
Remember that when you’re conjugating a phrasal verb, you will only conjugate the part of the phrase that’s an actual verb. For instance, if you use “get by” as a phrasal verb, a potential way to conjugate it is “getting by.” Save these exercises and keep practicing!