Very Important Phrasal Verb With 'Get'

It's about 15 very important Phrasal Verbs with examples.

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So, as a well-wisher I am going to help you to be rich in Phrasal Verbs. I will show you the very important Phrasal Verbs.

But, I will give you them with very meaningful examples.

Remember, in my articles you will find an Ultimate Solution at the end. I hope it will be helpful for you.

It is a bright line through the topic-"Phrasal Verb" which will give you an easy way to make your sentences to be used in Spoken English or written English.

Why will you learn Phrasal Verbs? Because.

1. You will be able to write in a standard form.

2. You will be able to speak like a native speaker.

3. You will be able to write as well as does humorously.

4. You will come to many new meanings.

5. You will learn many different sentence patterns.

6. You will be able to get the English of the native speakers clearly or easily.

Let's come to the point:

What is Phrasal Verb?

-Phrasal Verb is a Verb combined with a preposition, an adverb or both to give a new meaning.

To-day, I am going to show 15 Phrasal Verbs with 'Get'.

Let's see:

1. Get at (to keep criticising, to reach something or somebody, to gain access to something or somebody):

Let's see:

-They are always getting at me.

- He can't get at me.

- It is difficult to get at the truth.

2. Get ahead (to make progress):

Let's see:

-I want to get ahead in my career.

- Try to get ahead of your friends in life.

3. Get along (to leave a place)

Let's see:

- It is time they were getting along.

- We are not getting along now.

 

4. Get around (to move from place to place)

Let's see:

- I prohibited my grandfather to get around as he was ill.

- The old man got around by the help of a stick.

- Though he was emaciated, he got around.

 

5. Get across (to be communicated or understood)

Let's see:

- He couldn't get across my ideas.

- Try to get across the ideas.

- He got across what I said.

 

6. Get away (to have a holiday, to succeed in leaving a place, to escape, to steal something and to escape with it)

Let's see:

- The students were hoping happy to get away.

- I am very happy to get away.

- In June, he got away and went to London.

- I was able to get away from the office.

-It was difficult for me to get away from the place.

- He knew that his enemy got away with his watch.

7. Get back (to return, to obtain something after having lost, to return to something)

Let's see:

- He got back at 9p.m.

- I asked what time he would get back.

- My father was over the moon when I got back my job.

- I got back to the question.

8. Get behind (to fail to make progress or to produce at the right time)

Let's see:

- My mother became unhappy, because I was getting behind with my work.

- Last year, he got behind with work.

- He couldn't get behind with the payment.

 

9.  Get by(to manage to live or do a particular thing using your money, knowledge etc.)

Let's see:

- It is impossible for me to get by on such a small salary.

- I can get by in American accent.(I can speak American accent)

 10. Get down (to leave the table after a meal, write down, to pay serious attention to something)

Let's see-

- The child got down after eating rice.

- Get down the numbers.

- Please get down to your business.

- If you don't get down your work, you won't be successful.

 

11. Get out(to leave a place, to avoid a responsibility or a duty, to become known

- I got out of the room.

- I asked them to get out of the room after meal, because the police was coming to arrest them.

- Don't get out of the work, otherwise your life will be ruined.

- Don't get out of your duty, otherwise the boss will dismiss you.

- If the truth gets out, all will curse me.

- We should not let it to get out.

 

12. Get off (to leave a place, fall asleep, to stop discussing a particular subject)

Let's see:

-After eating meal, I got off the hotel.

- They were making a noise and so,  I could not get off to sleep.

- Though it was a hustle and bustle, I got off to sleep.

- Let's get off this discussion on this topic.

 

13. Get on (to succeed in career, to survive)

Let's see:

- He got on well at the interview.

- He was very happy to know how I was getting on in my life.

- We can't get on without her support.

- It is not possible to get on without her.

- You are the only person by whom we were able to get on.

 

14. Get into (to reach a particular state or condition, to arrive at a place)

Let's see:

-When I got into the difficulty, he supported me.

- What time will you get into the room?

 -Please get into this place, you will be safe here.

 

15. Get over (to overcome, to make something clear to somebody)

Let's see:

- My father always support me to get over the difficulties in my life.

- Try hard, it is very difficult to over the problem.

- The interview is getting closer, get over your hesitation and  shyness as well.

- If you can't get over your hesitation, you will not get to tell about your problem to him.

- Please get the meaning over to us very soon.

- I could not get the topic over to them.

16. Get through (to manage to complete or do, to be successful in an exam etc, to reach somebody)

Let's see:

- You should start soon, because you have to get through a lot.

- Get through all the difficulties in your life in order to be successful.

- If you can't get through it, you will fail.

- The teacher got all the students through the exam which was like an ordeal of fire.

- They are your enemies, don't get through them.

- It will go in vain if you get through them, because they will not support you.

Important to Know:

1. Get- together (an informal meeting, a party)

2. Get-up-and-go(energy and determination to get things done.

An Ultimate Solution:

1. Make 5 sentences with each Phrasal Verb.

2. Use these sentences in conversation.

3. Use these sentences while writing.

This is about -Phrasal Verb.

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