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GET – phrasal verbs

GET – phrasal verbs

 

Get up – a se scula, a se ridica

I usually get up at 7 a.m.

 

Get on – a se urca  (intr-un autovehicul / pe un animal)

Get on the bus / train / plane / ship / tube (underground, metro) / bike / motorbike / scooter / camel / horse etc

 

A lot of people get on the underground here.

 

Get off – a se cobori (dintr-un autovehicul / de pe un animal)

Get off the bus / train / plane / ship / tube (underground, metro) / bike / motorbike / scooter / camel / horse etc

 

Get off the toy horse and get into the car immediately.

 

Get into – a se urca (intr-un autovehicul)

Get into the car / taxi / small boat (canoe / rowing boat)

 

Get out (of) – a se cobori  (dintr-un autovehicul), a iesi

Get out of the car / taxi / small boat (canoe / rowing boat)

 

Get out of  = a parasi

Get out of the bed

 

Get on – a continua

Grandma got on with her work

get along

  1. a se impaca, a se intelege

My sister gets along very well with her new neighbours.

 

  1. a se descurca

A lot of people can hardly get along on their salaries.

 

get at  – a descoperi, a intelege

They haven’t got at the cause of the problem, yet.

 

get away – a fugi, a scapa; get away from = a scapa de

He can’t get the rat. It always gets away.

I need a day off, I want to get away from this noisy town.

 

get away with = a scapa usor de/cu

Politicians usually get away with their illegal activities.

 

get back – a se intoarce

It is getting dark and we must get back to town.

 

get down – a se apuca de, a trece la

get down to business / to work

I’ll get down to work on Monday.

 

get into = a ajunge in (bucluc)

get into trouble

I have told him many times that he’ll finally get into trouble.

 

get over – a trece peste, a-si reveni

She got over that failure when she relaxed on a seaside trip.

 
INCEARCA SI TU SA REZOLVI PROPOZITIILE FOLOSIND TIMPURILE POTRIVITE SI EXPRESIILE CU GET:
 

1. It’s Saturday and I can (sa ma scol) later today.

2. I never (nu m-am impacat) well with Maths.

3. He said he (se va apuca) English the next week.

4. Don’t worry, she (va trece peste asta) when she meets a nice guy.

5. She told me that John (a intrat in bucluc) because he stole important papers from his boss.

6. We can’t (sa scapam de) this nasty winter!

7. “What are you doing?” “I’m spying on my neighbour – he (se coboara) his car and (se urca) a coach which has just stopped in front of his house…”

 
 


 

7 comments on “GET – phrasal verbs

  1. 1. It’s Saturday and I can get up later today.
    2. I never get along well with Maths.
    3. He said he get down English the next week.
    4. Don’t worry, she gets over when she meets a nice guy.
    5. She told me that John ges into because he stole important papers from his boss.
    6. We can’t get away with this nasty winter!

  2. 1 It’s Saturday and I can get up later today.
    2 I never get along well with Maths.
    3 He said he will get down to English the next week.
    4 Don’t worry,she will get over when meets a nice guy.
    5 She told me that John got into trouble because he stole important papers from his boss.
    6 We can’t get away from this nasty winter!
    7 “What are you doing?” “I’m spying on my neighbour- he is getting out of his car and he is getting on a coach which has just stopped in front of the house….”

  3. 1. It’s Saturday and I can get up later today.

    2. I’m never getting along well with Maths.

    3. He said he will get down English the next week.

    4. Don’t worry, she will get over when she meets a nice guy.

    5. She told me that John got into because he stole important papers from his boss.

    6. We can’t get away with this nasty winter!

    7. “What are you doing?” “I’m spying on my neighbour – he is getting out of his car and gets into a coach which has just stopped in front of his house…”

  4. 1. It’s Saturday and I can get up later today.2. I’m never getting along well with Maths.3. He said he will get down English the next week.4. Don’t worry, she will get over when she meets a nice guy.5. She told me that John got into because he stole important papers from his boss.6. We can’t get away with this nasty winter!7. “What are you doing?” “I’m spying on my neighbour – he is getting out of his car and gets into a coach which has just stopped in front of his house…”

  5. 1 It`s Saturday and I can get up later today.
    2.
    I have never got along well with Maths.
    3.
    He said he would get down English the next week.
    4.
    Don`t worry, she will get over of it when she meets a nice guy.
    5.
    She told me that John got into because he stol important papers from his boss.
    6.
    7. “What are you doing?”
    “I’m spying on my neighbour – he (se coboara) his car and (se urca) a coach which has just stopped in front of his house…”
    “I`m spying on my neighbor –he is getting out of his car and he`s getting into a coach wich has just stopped in front of his house.
    ————
    Hi!First of all I want to thank you for this site and for your work. It really helps me to improve my knowledge in English, even if there is not too much, i`m good with it.
    Second, could you tell me more of phrasal verbs?Beside “get”, there must be another , right?
    Thank you again.

  6. 1)It`s Saturday and I can get up later today.
    2)I never got along well with Maths.
    3) He said he will get down English next week.
    4)Don’t worry,she will get over that when she meets a nice guy.
    5)She told me that John got into trouble because she stole important papers from his boss.
    6)We can’t get away from him this nasty winter!.
    7)”What are you doing?” I`m spying the neighbour- he is getting off his car and he is getting on a coach which has just stopped in front of his house.

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