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ESL Blog Post: Expressions with “Get”

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Today’s English ESL grammar topic of the day is about the verb “get.” When “get” is followed by an adjective, it means “to become,” and is used very often with the following adjectives:

Get sick/ill = ammalarsi 

Get mad/angry = arrabbiarsi 

Get better = migliorare

Get worse = peggiorare

Get married = sposarsi

Get tired = stancarsi 

Get lost = perdersi

Get old = invecchiare

Get dirty = sporcare

Get bored = annoiarsi

Get hurt = farsi male

Get ready = prepararsi 

Now test your skills with our ESL quiz on expressions with get + adjective!

Get + Adjective

Test your knowledge of expressions with get + adjective!




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