Hey, fellas! We meet again. How was your day?
On the last week session, we discussed phrasal verbs with ‘stand.’ Let’s follow it up with some exercises! #EngQuiz
Complete the following sentence the aforementioned phrasal verb and fill in the blanks with the appropriate adverbs or particles, such as: by, around, aside, back, down, for, in, out, up, up for, up to.
Here we go!
- Stand ___ straight and take your hands out of your pockets!
- What does the FBI stand ___?
- The crowd quickly stood ___ to let the parade passed.
- You’ve got to stand ___ what you believe in.
- We have to stand ___ from the fire as it is getting too hot.
- Sam’s yellow car stood ___ from all the rest.
- Hannah alone was brave enough to stand ___ to Clay.
- The stuntman stood ___ for Chris Pratt’s dangerous scenes in the movies.
- He decided to stand ___ after 11 years working as a managing director.
- Cabin crew, please stand ___ for take-off.
- up for
- up to
How many questions did you answer correctly, fellas?
That’s a wrap, fellas! Thank you for your participation. I hope you had fun on this #EngQuiz session.
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