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ESL Exercises: Food Phrasal Verbs

Food Phrasal Verbs
  • drink up
  • rustle up
  • pick at
  • wolf down
  • eat up
  • pig out
  • take out
  • cut down
  • dig in
  • eat out

1. Dale needed to all of his chicken and rice to get his dessert.

2. It’s easy to at all-you-can-eat restaurants – there is so much food!

3. Sonya had only five minutes to a hot dog she bought from a street vendor. She couldn’t have been late for the meeting!

4. We from this restaurant regularly. It takes about 20 minutes for the delivery man to come.

5. “You don’t have to that red wine, if you don’t want to”, my friend kindly told me.

6. Did you know you can use apple sauce instead of butter in your baking recipes if you want to on calories?

7. My husband and I always on special occasions, such as birthdays or anniversaries. We usually go to a fine dining restaurant

8. With only a few ingredients available, she was able to an amazing breakfast.

9. My children often their food and don’t eat their meat and vegetables.

10. The smell and look of that chicken was fantastic and everyone just wanted to !

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