#EngQuiz: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Stand’

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!

 

  1. Stand ___ straight and take your hands out of your pockets!
  2. What does the FBI stand ___?
  3. The crowd quickly stood ___ to let the parade passed.
  4. You’ve got to stand ___ what you believe in.
  5. We have to stand ___ from the fire as it is getting too hot.
  6. Sam’s yellow car stood ___ from all the rest.
  7. Hannah alone was brave enough to stand ___ to Clay.
  8. The stuntman stood ___ for Chris Pratt’s dangerous scenes in the movies.
  9. He decided to stand ___ after 11 years working as a managing director.
  10. Cabin crew, please stand ___ for take-off.

 

 

Answers:

  1. up
  2. for
  3. aside
  4. up for
  5. back
  6. out
  7. up to
  8. in
  9. down
  10. by

 

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.

 

Compiled and written by @anhtiss at @EnglishTips4U on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

 

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