Today we will learn about phrasal verbs with ‘get.’
Phrasal verbs is a combination of verb and preposition or adverb or both.
The combination usually has a different meaning from the original verb.
Do you know any phrasal verb with the word ‘get’?
Here we go!
- Get up: get out of bed
E.g. I get up at 06.00 am in the morning.
- Get through: succeed in finishing a task or talking to someone on the phone
E.g. All these trials will get you through life.
- Get over: overcome a problem, recover from an illness
E.g. Don’t be sad, you will get over it.
- Get out/get off: to leave
E.g. It’s dangerous, get out of there!
- Get across: cause to be understood
E.g. The idea will get across on mind after the presentation.
- Get along: have a friendly relationship
E.g. My cousin gets along well with his classmates.
- Get away: to leave or escape from a person or place
E.g. I need to get away from everything and everyone.
- Get on: start doing or continue doing activity
E.g. Let’s get on the party!
- Get in: go inside, arrive
E.g. Hurry up, get in the car!
- Get down (to): get serious
E.g. If you get down to something, you have to give full concentration.
- Get by: manage to survive
E.g. I finally got by the problem after struggling for a while.
- Get back: return from a place
E.g. I got back from Paris yesterday.