Fill in the gaps with suitable phrasal verbs from the list below. You will have to put them in the right grammatical form.

LIST: face up to - nod off - put up with - turn out - play at - feel up to - look after - make up - put out - put off


He had just  the light and was about to when Tigger jumped on his face. “What on earth do you think you’re ?” he shouted. There was no doubt about it. He would have to facts: he could no longer Tigger, his aunt’s beloved cat. What he had hoped would be an enjoyable month with a bit of company had to be a nightmare. He could the miaowing and the constant in and out of the front door. But he just didn’t another night of no sleep. He couldn’t the decision any longer. He’d just have to some excuse, like an unexpected business trip.