Grammar and Vocabulary Quiz - Phrasal Verbs

Karl liked Julia. He wanted to , so he . The phone rang three times. Finally, Julia the phone. Karl got really nervous and .

Karl thought about how much he liked Julia. Five minutes later, he .

Her voice was sexy. Karl offered to at eight o'clock and for dinner. He knew a great Italian restaurant on 16th Street. Julia already had a date, so she an excuse. She said she had to stay in and wash her hair. Karl was really disappointed because she had .

Later that night, Karl decided to his friend Karin. He needed help. He wanted to what to do about Julia. He still really liked her and just couldn't her.

Karin wasn't home. He decided to with a drink, so he walked down the street to the local bar. As he walked into the bar, he saw Julia with his friend Doug. They were sitting close to one another and laughing. They seemed to be very well. Karl ran out of the bar before they saw him.

He decided to Julia but it took two weeks to the humiliation.

Use these phrases to fill in the blanks above:

  • ask Julia out
  • called her back
  • called her up
  • cheer himself up
  • drop in on
  • figure out
  • get over
  • get over
  • getting along
  • give up on
  • hung up
  • made up
  • pick her up
  • picked up
  • take her out
  • turned him down

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