This is the Level 2 of the Phrasal Verb Quiz. You will never see it, unless you get a good score on the first level. Go to the menu to restart the score from zero.
The manager lashed out on a striker who couldn’t score.
It was lashing down when
the striker lashed out at the full back.
Afterwards everyone lashed into the manager.
She traded on her fame
to trade in her old car
and trade up to a McLaren.
He was ticked off.
Time was ticking away while
the engine just ticked over.
He was going to give someone
a good ticking off.
The team was taken apart and lost.
The fans took it out on the coach.
The coach sat and took it.
It was time for him to take up gardening.
The job was boring, but she had to
stick it out until the end of the day.
She would stick at it for a while longer.
Then she would stick it to the boss.
After which she wouldn’t stick around.
They ran up against many problems,
running up an enormous bill.
They ran over the plans again
but they had run out of ideas.
The cat ran after a mouse.
A car ran the mouse down. Splat!
Then the cat ran into a dog
which ran after the cat.
The hungry wolves picked out the fattest tourists.
Then they picked them off one by one.
They picked at one tourist because he was a bit tough to chew.
Then the jackals picked through the left overs.
He was pulling for the red team.
The team pulled one back.
Maybe they could pull it off.
Then they pulled another one back.
After two more goals, they pulled ahead.