Two things that many English learners find difficult are phrasal verbs and the verb ‘to get’. So we thought we would help you out and combine the two! Here we introduce phrasal verbs that use ‘get’. Take a look at the verbs and their meaning first and then try our quiz!
The following definitions are not the only ones for these verbs, sometimes there’s more than one! But here are the most popular ones to get you started.
Get across– To communicate an idea successfully
Get along– To have a good relationship/ friendship with someone
Get by– To be able to live, despite difficulty
Get down– To feel sad or depressed
Get rid of– To eliminate, discard or throw something away
Get through– To survive a difficult period
Phrasal Verbs with Get
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