English lessons with Mr Rýdl
Phrasal Verbs: pick up x turn down (Intermediate)
Write down appropriate phrasal verbs so that their objects in round brackets are put in the right places. To pick sb./sth. up = to go somewhere and take sb./sth. from that place to another place, to turn sb./sth. down = to say that you don't want sb./sth.

Mr Beige was at the airport by his son-in-law.

Mrs Purple has to (her car) at a service station tonight.

A new law about gay marriages was yesterday.

Mr Brown's proposal has been .

A: Can you (our grandfather) at 6? - B: I'm sorry. I can't (he) at 6. But I could (he) at 7.

Why does Mr Black always (Ms White) after school?

Mr Orange has been so many times that he doesn't care any more.

Would you mind (our colleague Mr Purple) at the airport this afternoon?

I can't (my grandmother) today.

Mr Yellow is a very good poet. Let's not (his poems) !

Mrs Green won't have time this evening, so she can't (her father) at the bus station.