Complete the sentences by adding the correct combination of phrasal verbs.
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- Terry will bow _ _ _ after being captain for six years.
- He was bowled _ _ _ _ by the news that his wife was pregnant.
- Our company should _ _ _ _ _ _ out into some new fields of business.
- The southern states wanted to break _ _ _ _ and form their own separate country.
- Her car _ _ _ _ _ down, so she had to call for a mechanic.
- The negotiations broke _ _ _ _ when the two sides couldn’t agree.
- She broke _ _ _ _ at her sister’s funeral and started to cry.
- You should break your new running shoes _ _ before wearing them in a race.
- I had to tell them the news straight away, so I broke in _ _ their conversation.
- A burglar broke _ _ _ _ our apartment and stole our money and jewellery.
- Sally was very angry with Jim, so she broke _ _ _ their engagement.
- After the new taxes were announced, protests broke _ _ _ .
- The government broke _ _ _ the talks with the rebels after another attack on their soldiers.
- Robert’s face broke out _ _ spots when he became a teenager.
- Some prisoners broke _ _ _ of jail, but the police soon caught them.
- Judy sometimes gets tired of her routine and breaks out _ _ it by doing something new.
- Sally and Jim broke _ _ after they had a big argument.
- The teacher saw the boys having a fight and _ _ _ _ _ it up.
- The signal on my phone is getting weak. You’re _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ up.
- He’s not happy at the moment, but he’ll brighten _ _ when he gets the good news.
- The changes were brought _ _ _ _ _ in order to reduce costs and save money.
- When we go to the cinema, bring _ _ _ _ _ some friends if you like.
- Bring your new friend _ _ _ _ _ _ to my house after work.
- We tried to persuade Jim, but we couldn’t bring him round _ _ our point of view.
- When I drove past my old school, it _ _ _ _ _ _ _ back lots of memories.
- The protesters marched in the streets, hoping to bring _ _ _ _ the corrupt government.
- Next week’s meeting has been brought _ _ _ _ _ _ _ to this Friday instead.
- The government is planning to bring _ _ many new laws.
- Beating the world champion was a huge challenge, but she brought it _ _ _ somehow.
- Maria’s really upset and she’s crying. What brought that _ _ ?
- When will Bob be bringing _ _ _ the new computer game he’s created? (3 letters)
- Kathy was born in South Africa, but her parents brought her _ _ in England
- I need to brush up _ _ some new vocab before the exam.
- When planning for the future, we have to budget _ _ _ unexpected costs and expenses.
- You have to keep working hard to _ _ _ _ _ on the success you’ve already achieved.
- He puts money into the bank every week in order to build _ _ his savings.
- I bumped _ _ _ _ an old friend at the mall today.
- Ten houses burned _ _ _ _ in the fire.
- He burned _ _ _ because he worked for too long, under pressure, without a break.
- She’s very rude and often butts _ _ when I’m talking to someone.
- Our company has been _ _ _ _ _ _ out by a big Japanese company.
- If we bought _ _ all the shares on offer, could we take control of the company?
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