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It's so nice to see that Darrel _________(to fall in love with) Jane.

A.fell out
B.fell for
C.fell on
D.fell at
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Feedback:Phrasal verbs form one of three types of multi-word verbs which consist of a verb and one or two particles or prepositions (e.g. up, over, in, down). Phrasal verbs are two part verbs: a main verb + an adverb particle. Phrasal verbs often have meanings which we cannot easily guess from their individual parts. You may try to guess the meaning of the phrasal verb from the context, or look it up in a dictionary and learn it.In all the test variants we see the past form of the irregular verb ‘fall’: fell out with someone, fell for someone, fell on someone and fell behind someone.In the test sentence ‘It's so nice to see that Darrel _________(to fall in love with) Jane.’ we are given the definition of one of four phrasal verbs ‘to fall in love with’. The informal phrasal verb ‘fall for somebody’ means ‘to suddenly have strong romantic feelings about someone, to be attracted to someone’: She fell for Rick when she was 15.Thus, we are to choose ANSWER 2 (fell for) in the test.

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