Phrasal Verbs: Making Arrangements – Free Quiz

Learn and practise phrasal verbs for making arrangements in English.

This mini-lesson will come in handy if you need to use English in everyday situations or at work and you want to sound more fluent and informal.

Below you will find a list of phrasal verbs used commonly for making arrangements (=plans): you’ll learn how to schedule or reschedule meetings, invite people to spend some time together, or change your plans.

Levels tested: Intermediate

Topics tested: Vocabulary

Time to complete: 10-15 minutes

The list of common verbs for making arrangements in English

Check all the unknown words in a good dictionary (I recommend you use Collins Dictionary, Cambridge Dictionary, or Merriam-Webster – for American English), record them, and then practise with the quiz.

  1. Set up a meeting: To arrange a time and place for people to come together and talk.
  2. Meet up / Catch up / Get together: To meet someone to spend time with them and share news.
  3. Invite somebody out: To ask someone to go somewhere with you, usually for fun.
  4. Ask somebody out: To invite someone to go on a date with you.
  5. Go out: To leave your home to do something fun.
  6. Stay in: To remain at home instead of going out.
  7. Bring something forward / Move up: To change the time of an event to an earlier time.
  8. Put something off / Put something back / Push back: To change the time of an event to a later time.
  9. Call something off: To cancel an event.
  10. Look forward to something: To be excited about something that is going to happen.
  11. Fit someone in: To find time to see someone, even if you are busy.
  12. Wrap something up: To finish or complete something.

Now do the quiz. Take your time to think and don’t hurry if these verbs are new for you. You also can do the quiz as many times as you want.

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