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Phrasal Verb

Phrasal Verbs With "Get"


  • Get Up - wake up
    • What time do you want to get up in the morning?
    • I do not like to get up, and go to work.
  • Get Out - to leave
    • I told my sister to get out of my room.
    • We need to get out of the city for a holiday.
  • Get Over - to recover; to feel better
    • I hope I get over the flu soon. I do not like to be sick.
    • Did you get over your divorce?
  • Get By - to barely manage; to have a hard time to do something
    • It was hard for me to get by in university.
    • How do you get by without a job?
  • Get Out Of - to find a way to avoid doing something
    • I need to get out of work early today.
    • We do not want to go to the wedding, but we do not know how to get out of going.
  • Get Though - dealing with a difficult problem or situation
    • We need to get though the next few weeks, and than things should be better.
    • I do not know how we will get though the next month without having a job.
  • Get On - to enter a bus, train, plane etc
    • We need to get on the bus.
    • Do not get on the train.
  • Get On With - to continue with something
    • The girls need to get on with their homework.
    • Can we please get on with the meeting.


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Blow Someone Away

Blow Up

Break Down

Burning Up

Chip In

Complete Loser

Clean Up

Dress Up

Drop Out

Eat Out

Fill Out

Fall Off

Fall Behind

Get Along

Get Up

Go Over

Hang Out

Keep Away

Keep Out

Keep Up

Kick Back

Look After

Look Out

Look In On

Mark Down

Mix Up

Move On

Pass It On

Pay Off

Phrasal Verbs With "Get"

Pull Off

Put Though

Run Into

Run Out

Stuck Up

Take After

Turn Down