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Phrasal Verbs With "Get"


Phrasal Verbs With "Get"

  • get off - to find away not to be punished
  • I am upset he got away with stealing my homework.

  • get into - to be involved with something (it could be something good, or it could mean trouble)
  • I am so glad my brother got into sports.

  • get away - to escape from a place or to escape punishment
  • We got away from the tiger.

  • get along - to manage with something or someone
  • The children all get along with each other.

  • get cracking - start moving, start to work start to do a task
  • It is time we all get cracking so we can finish and go home.

  • get cracking - start moving, start to work start to do a task
  • It is time we all get cracking so we can finish and go home.

  • get across - to explain something
  • It is sometimes hard to get across my option.

  • get by - to mange with less then is needed
  • We always seem to get by every month, but it is not easy.

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