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Another phrasal verbs using GET

  • Get lost
  • Get in
  • Get up to
  • Get though to
  • Get wound up
  • Get out of

If Carla thinks she鈥檚 going to get away with cheating exam again, she鈥檚 terribly mistaken!

Get phrasal verbs from English to Spanish:

  • Get at = criticar
  • Get rid off = desechar, tirar
  • Get over = recuperar
  • Get on with = llevarse bien
  • Get away = irse de (vacaciones, de d铆a festivo, de asueto)

Get over = To recover from
Gt away = Go on holiday
Get at = To criticize
Get on with = Have a great relationship
Get rid of = Throw away

Get phrasal verbs:

  • Get at = criticize
  • Get rid off = throw away
  • Get over = recover
  • Get on with = to have a good relationship with
  • Get away = to go on holiday or to go on vacation
  • Get in/on: To manage to enter
  • Get off: To muve out of a bus, train, airplane, etc.
    Get away with: To do something you should not do, without being dicovered.
  • Get on with something: To start or continue doing something, especially work.
  • Get across: To communicate someting

a. get rid of garbage
b. get away
c. get at
d. get on with
e. get over
f. get away
e.get rid of

Get About
Meaning: (British English) to travel around, or go from A to B (particularly when you鈥檙e on holiday)
Example: The best way to get about in London is to use an Oyster card. With this Oyster card, you can get about quite easily.

Get Along
Meaning: to have a friendly relationship
Example: I鈥檓 a very, very friendly sort of person I get along with anybody who gets along with me.

Get After
Meaning: to chase someone or something
Example: Dad, Dad, the dog鈥檚 out! You have to get after him.

Get Ahead
Meaning: to make progress, move in front of
Example: Can you drive a little bit faster and get ahead of them?

Get Away
Meaning: to leave, make an escape
Example: Do you think we鈥檒l be able to get away this weekend?

Get Away With Something
Meaning: to escape punishment for bad action
Example: Thieves broke into an art gallery and got away with some quite priceless paintings.

To Get Back To Someone
Meaning: to communicate with someone at a later time or date
Example: Leave it with me, I鈥檒l get back to you later.

Get Behind
Meaning: to fall behind, fail to make enough progress
Example: Don鈥檛 expect me home before eight or nine at night. I got a little bit behind with my work due to my illness and need to catch up.

Get Beyond
Meaning: to get past some problem that you have or a difficulty
Example: Let鈥檚 get beyond this darkness and build a brighter future together.

Get By
Meaning: to be able to survive on a certain amount of money or food
Example: I鈥檓 going to struggle to get by on this, I鈥檓 going to probably have to do a part-time job.

Get Down To Something
Meaning: to start doing something
Example: I have to get down to some really hard work next week because that presentation is due by the end of the month.

Get In
Meaning: to enter
Example: Get in the car and just go.

Get Into Something
Meaning: to start feeling something
Example: I get into a bad mood when I start thinking about all the work that I have to do.

Get Someone Into Something
Meaning: to become involved in a particular situation (usually bad)
Example: He got Johnny into trouble with the teacher.

To Get Off Something
Meaning: to descend, dismount, leave
Example: You can get off the bus at the next stop and walk back to her house.

Get Someone Off
Meaning: to help someone avoid something
Example: I got my friend off the night shift so that he could go along to the football match with me.

Get On With Something
Meaning: to continue
Example: Come on, come on. Sit down and get on with the work. I鈥檒l be back in 20 minutes.

Get On With Somebody
Meaning: have a good relationship
Example: I get on with my in-laws very well. They are good people.

Get Sb/Sth Out
Meaning: to remove
Example: Police had to smash the window to get the baby out of the car.

Get Over Something/Someone
Meaning: to recover from an upsetting experience, an illness
Example: Within a few days, everything will be fine. She鈥檒l get over it very quickly. She鈥檚 very resilient.

Get Past Sth/Sb
Meaning: to move ahead of someone or something that is in the way
Example: I really want to get past this car so I can drive a little bit quicker.

Get Around
Meaning: = to get about, to travel around, to get from A to B without difficulty
Example: Oh, it鈥檚 easy. You just have to know the routes. There鈥檚 always a shortcut that you can take to get around the city.

Get Around Someone
Meaning: to persuade someone to do something eventually
Example: Just talk to him. Tell him the implications. You will find a way to get around him.

Get Through
Meaning: to get to the other side, pass a difficult period
Example: We鈥檒l get through this together. We鈥檝e always faced problems together, we will get through it.

Get To get to know/understand/like
Meaning: to begin doing something
Example: I didn鈥檛 like her at the very beginning. But once I got to know her, I got to like her. She鈥檚 got a heart of gold.

Get Together
Meaning: a nice way to have a meeting with your friends or family
Example: Why don鈥檛 we all get together next weekend?

Get Up
Meaning: to stand from a lower position; to wake up
Example: What time do you get up at? I usually get up at six or just before six o鈥檆lock.

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How to get away with murder? Pretty good series.

Get over: to recover from
Get away: go on holiday
Get at: to criticize
Get on with: have a great relationship
Get rid of: throw away

WORKSHEET

  • get rid of garbage
  • get away
  • get at
  • get on with
  • get over
  • get away
  • get rid of
  • Get down to

  • Get off with

  • Get over with

  • Get round to

  • Get on for

  • Get at

My boos likes to get at.

I will get rid of my bad habits.

I鈥檓 get over from my surgery.

I get on with my partner

As son as I get better I鈥檒l get away.

Get up=rise; leave bed.
What time do you usually get up in the morning?
Get together=meet each other.
Let鈥檚 get together for lunch one day.
Get around= move from place to place.
It鈥檚 not easy to get around the city without a map.

  1. Get over - To recover from
  2. Get away - Go on holiday
  3. Get at - To criticize
  4. Get on with - Have a great relationship, get along.
  5. Get rid of - Throw away
Get at: criticize Get rid of: throw away Get over: recover Get on with: to have a good relatioshio with Get away: to go on holiday or to go on vacation
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Examples:

  • Get at : The music teacher likes to get at the students who don鈥檛 practice
  • Get rid of : We have to get rid of all the trash in our office to keep it clean.
  • Get over : I can鈥檛 get over this cold. I鈥檝e had for almost two weeks.
  • Get on with : I get on with my boss very well.
  • Get away : I want to get away to Europe this summer.
  • It is always important to get rid of garbage

  • If you want to take a holiday you can say you want to get away

  • It isn鈥檛 nice to get at others just for fun.

  • I get on with my friends. We enjoy being together.

  • It took a long time for my mom to get over having COVID.

  • I want to get away to Brazil next year.

  • It鈥檚 important to get rid of bad influences in your life.

I quit my last job because it was a toxic environment. Feels good to get that off my chest! 馃槉

Here are two more phrasal verbs using 鈥淕et鈥

  • Get close (to be in close proximity). Example: Let鈥檚 get close to the hospital, in case you start feeling sick
  • Get stuck (to be unable to proceed). Example: Whenever i try to fix the car, i get stuck watching guides or tutorials about how to fix cars

Get Out

Get out can mean to physically leave a place, or remove something from a place:

The weather was so bad, we couldn鈥檛 get out of the house.
Can you get the bags out of the car?
If you tell someone 鈥淕et out!鈥 it鈥檚 an angry way to tell them to leave, to go away from you.

We also have the expression 鈥済et out of doing something,鈥 meaning to manage to escape a task or responsibility:

My son pretended he was sick in order to get out of going to school.

Source: https://www.espressoenglish.net/learn-20-english-phrasal-verbs-with-get/

thanks
  • I need to get at her project.
  • She needs to get rid of her old guitar.
  • She needs to get over it.
  • I get on with my cousins.
  • I want to get away to Florida.

get at has also a second mearning. It can be used to express success in reaching something. Let me share a few examples with you all:

*A goat was standing up against a tree on its hind legs, trying to get at the leaves. *

We want to get at the truth. Who killed him? And why?

**Part 1. **
Get over = To recover from
Get away = Go on holiday
Get at = To criticize
Get on with = Have a good relationship, get along
Get rid of = To throw away

a. It is always important to get rid of garbage.
i. get rid of garbage
ii. get at garbage

b. If you want to take a holiday you can say you want to get away.
i. get on with it
ii. get away

c. It isn鈥檛 nice to get at others just for fun.
i. get at
ii. get over

d. I get on with my friends. We enjoy being together.
i. get on with
ii. get at

e. It took a long time for my mom to get over having COVID.
i. get over
ii. get away

f. I want to get away to Brazil next year!
i. get on
ii. get away

Get Over: To recover from
Get away: Go on holiday
Get at: To criticize
Get on with: Have a great relationship; get along
Get rid of: Throw away

Another phrasal verbs with get:

  • Get up

  • Get away with

  • Get out of

  • Get off lightly

  • Get through to

Get [it] over with

I hate exams! I just want to get them over with so I can enjoy my break.

This phrasal verb is used when something is such a chore that you can鈥檛 wait for it to be over, finished.

Get up to

What did you get up to this weekend? I went to the cinema with my friends.

Colleagues will often use this phrasal verb to make polite conversation at work. Basically, it is an informal way to say, 鈥渢o do.鈥

Get out of

I鈥檓 so glad they hired a babysitter so I got out of looking after my younger sister!

To get out of doing something means to avoid it. It鈥檚 used to talk about avoiding something you dislike. I personally love it when I get out of doing the dishes!

Get along with

I鈥檓 close to my family 鈥 I get along with my sister really well.

This phrasal verb means 鈥渢o have a good relationship鈥 with someone. This can be used interchangeably with 鈥済et on with [someone]鈥

You can find more in: https://preply.com/en/blog/phrasal-verbs-get/

My extra exercise:

Get over --------------- To recover from
Get away -------------- Go on holiday
Get at ------------------- To criticize
Get on with ------------ Have a greaat relatioship; get along
Get rid of --------------- Throw away

Teacher, don鈥檛 scare me, please鈥 When you said: 鈥渁nd you are going to learn them all鈥, I started thinking I was going to faint!!! :鈥)

ok gracias aprend铆 bastante

I knew some of those but there are more than 140 yet!

I share my answers:

I find two more phrasal verbs with add 鈥済et鈥 as well:

1. Get lucky.

  • In this way, means to have good luck.
    Example: Yesterday was my birthday and I hung out with my girlfriend. I got lucky because she gave me a incredible gift. 馃コ馃巵

2. Get going.

  • Means to start something or start a journey.
    Example: I鈥檓 getting going the new course on Platzi about Cryptocurrency. I hope to got it!

I almost get through this course!

It is always important to get rid of garbage
If you want to take a holiday you can say you want to get away
I get on with my friends. We enjoy being together.
It took a long time for my mom to get over having COVID.
I want to get away to Brazil next year!
It鈥檚 important to get rid of bad influences in your life.

a. It is always important to get rid of garbage
b. If you want to take a holiday you can say you want to get away
c. It isn鈥檛 nice to get at others just for fun.
d. I get on with my friends. We enjoy being together.
e. It took a long time for my mom to get over having COVID.
f. I want to get away to Brazil next year!
g. It鈥檚 important to get rid of bad influences in your life.

  1. You don麓t need to tell me the things twice. I already got it!
  2. I really look up to my sister, she is the smarter person I know.
  3. I never give in to my boss, she is so nice.
  4. I always got the extra mile to cut the mustard at work.
  5. Never gonna give you up, never I`m going to say goodbye鈥 =)