Phrasal verbs with turn

Exercise created by Tereza Neves

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Press the "Hint" button to get a free letter.
   around      away      down      in      into      out      over      up   

Choose a preposition or adverb from the list above and form a phrasal verb that has a similar meaning to the verb in the left column. The first one has been done for you.

give, deliver
Please put your pens down and turn in your exams.
refuse, reject
His first novel was turned by six publishers.
appear unexpectedly
Marge looked for the TV remote all over the house, and it finally turned in the dog's bed.
end up
Although everybody believed him to be a cold-blooded killer, the man turned to be innocent.
decrease intensity, volume
Please turn the music , I'm on the phone!
reverse direction
On their way to the beach it started to rain, so they turned and went back home.
As a child Lisa was the ugly duckling of the family, but as she grew up she turned a beautiful young woman.
dismiss, refuse entrance
Although the refugee camp is crowded, no one is ever turned .
increase intensity, volume
It's cold in here. I'm going to turn the heat.
reverse position
Grill the fish for three minutes, then turn it and grill for three more minutes.
report to the authorities
When Frank realized that his two next-door neighbors were the bank robbers, he turned them .
cause to get better
The team hadn't won a single game in two seasons, but the new coach turned it .

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