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Phrasal Verbs: Pull

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Question 1
Choose the correct usage:
A
The soldiers knew they couldn’t hold their new position with so many enemy fighters coming, so they pulled back to a safer place.
B
They have pulled off the troops from the front line.
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘pull back’, which means to move away from a place , especially when talking about soldiers.
Question 2
Choose the correct usage:
A
The contractor is going to pull over the ancient building.
B
They pulled down the old building to build a new cinema.
Question 2 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘pull down’, which means to demolish.
Question 3
Choose the correct usage:
A
Their morning news channel pulls off more audiences than any other one.
B
Our tour pulled in millions of fans last year.
Question 3 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘pull in’, which means to attract.
Question 4
Choose the correct usage:
A
At one stage it looked as if she was going to die, but in the end she managed to pull through
B
It appeared that she would succumb to her injuries, but somehow she pulled by.
Question 4 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘pull through’, which means to recover from an illness or problem.
Question 5
Choose the correct usage:
A
If we all pull up, we will succeed in no time.
B
If we all pull together , we will succeed in no time
Question 5 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘pull together’, which means to ‘work together as a team.
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