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The Phrasal Verb To Get

1. Complete these sentences using the correct form of one of the phrasal verbs. Use two of the verbs twice.
get along    get round     get by     get ahead   get across    get away     get down     get back   get through    get over

 She's very good at her message.
 The robbers
with a million pounds.
 It's a serious problem. We must
somehow.
 The news of his death
very quickly.
 We don't have much money but we have enough to
.
 I'll come to the meeting but I'll have to
a bit early.
 It's important to be able to
with your neighbours.
 Has she
her ilness yet?
 I've been trying to phone you all day but I couldn't
.
 Did you
the licence number of the thieves' car?
 When did your neighbours from their holiday?
 She's really going to
with the talent she's got.

2. Match the words and their definitions. 

to get about   to get rid of   to get by
to get away  to get off  to get along with
to get out of to get back to get in
to get over to get through to get together
to get up  to get into to get along

3. Make sure you know these words.

6 7
1
2
3
5
4
1. to arise from bed
2. to have a good relationship
3. to become involved
4. to escape an obligation
5. to return
6. to throw away
7. to go away
 
 




















 

       


 

 

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