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Learn English Phrasal Verbs with the Verb Get

Did you know that there are 69 different definitions for the verb ‘To Get’ in the English dictionary? Over half of these definitions are because of phrasal verbs composed of the verb GET plus a preposition.

Phrasal verbs can often be very confusing for English learners, because the use of the preposition can often change the meaning of the verb get in the sentence. So, you just have to learn these phrasal verbs as if they are a new vocabulary word.  

  • The form of the verb “get” is regular for the present simple.
  • The continuous form is “getting”.
  • The past of the verb is “got”
  • And don’t forget the participle ‘gotten’.

Here are 32 different uses of the Phrasal Verb Get with sample sentences. And remember that often, each of these different phrasal verbs with Get can have various meanings.  

30 Phrasal Verbs With The Verb Get

Here are 30 different phrasal verbs with the verb to get that I came up with. Make sure to add more if you think of other get phrasal verbs.

  1. Get about – the way you walk or go from one place to another
  2. Get across – make someone understand what you are want to say
  3. Get after – criticize someone for things you don’t like
  4. Get along – a harmonious relationship
  5. Get around – deal with a problem successfully
  6. Get at – suggest or imply something indirectly
  7. Get away – escape or leave to relax
  8. Get away with – escape undesirable consequences
  9. Get back – return to a place or seek revenge
  10. Get behind – fail to do something and later try to accomplish it
  11. Get by – accomplish something with great difficulty
  12. Get down – remove yourself  from a higher place or relax in an unhibited way
  13. Get down to – give serious attention to an important matter
  14. Get in – enter a place or be elected to a position
  15. Get into – affect other people’s behavior and influence them
  16. Get off – escape punishment
  17. Get on – step or climb aboard; make progress in a specific way
  18. Get on with – harmonious relationship
  19. Get onto – begin a task or project; begin talking about a topic
  20. Get out – leave a location; secret information becoming public knowledge; express disbelief
  21. Get out of – find a way to escape responsibility
  22. Get over – recover from a sickness; overcome a difficulty
  23. Get rid of  – throw something away or seek to be free of it
  24. Get taken – To be fooled
  25. Get through – experience a difficult situation; make contact with someone
  26. Get to – annoy someone through persistant action; deal with a problem at a later time
  27. Get together – gather a group of people
  28. Get up – arise
  29. Get used to – become familiar with something
  30. Get wound up become tense or anxious over a situation

Create your own sentences in the comments below to practice each of the Get Phrasal Verbs above. Especially any of them that you didn’t yet know.

Youtube Videos With About The Phrasal Verb Get

10 GET Phrasal Verbs: get down, get off, get through, get up, get away… English Lessons with Adam – Learn English [engVid]Phrasal Verb Get Playlist

How do you use GET in English as a phrasal verb? Go Natural English

The verb GET | Phrasal verbs with GET | English lesson Crown Academy of English

Phrasal verbs with “Get” Learn English with Papa Teach Me

5 Phrasal Verbs with GET – get up, get along, get ahead, get by… Learn English with Alex [engVid]

20 PHRASAL VERBS WITH GET. PHRASAL VERB GET WITH EXERCISES AND EXAMPLES. PHRASAL VERBS IN ENGLISH – English Professionally – phrasal verbs in English, English grammar lessons and English words

14 GET Phrasal Verbs: get across, get along, get around, get at, get away, get by, get down, get in, Top Ten English Expressions and Idioms

27 Phrasal Verbs with GET: Get along, Get over, Get off, Get through, Get down, Get on, Get up…

Phrasal verb GET part 2, get away, get by, get on, get over, get through final by Antonia Romaker – English and Russian online

Phrasal Verb | Get | English Speaking Practice | ESL | EFL Mark Kulek

Learn GET PHRASAL VERBS : Top 10 Phrasal Verbs with Get – Love English with Leila & Sabrah

Brazilian Youtube Videos With About The Phrasal Verb Get In Portuguese

Os 20 verbos frasais com GET mais úteis do inglês (phrasal verbs) | Dica #24 SmallAdvantages

Phrasal Verbs com GET | English in Brazil  English in Brazil by Carina Fragozo

More Sites & Resources With The Phrasal Verb To Get

147 Phrasal Verbs with GET: Get along, Get off, Get down, Get up… https://7esl.com/phrasal-verbs-with-get/

19 phrasal verbs with ‘get’ https://onlineteachersuk.com/phrasal-verbs-get/

Phrasal Verbs with Get  https://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/phrasal-verbs-with-get-0

Thank you for taking the time to learn about the phrasal verb Get. If you have questions or feedback, let us know in the comments below. And of course, let us know what other things you would like to learn in future English lessons.

English Conversation About Jobs And Companies for Intermediate Business ESL Students

Learn new Engish vocabulary about jobs and companies in this business English lesson for ESL students at the intermediate level. Some common words that confuse English students like…

  • the difference between vocabulary words like ‘found‘ and ‘founded
  • the difference between ‘division‘ in math and a business
  • how to pronounce similar words like employ, employee, and employer

And you will also discuss your position, job description, and responsibilities as in intermediate ESL student in this Business English lesson

Resources To Prepare For A Job Interview in English

I recently received a request from an English student who is preparing for a job interview in English. So, here are a few resources if you want to prepare for an interview as well.

Common Job Interview Questions for ESL Learners – The first thing you need to focus on is increasing your vocabulary. So, it’s good to brush up on your vocabulary learn any common terms related to the field that you are planning on entering.

Useful Vocabulary for a Résumé and Interview – Here are some more English vocabulary terms for you to learn and practice as well.

Prepare for These Tricky Interview Questions – Not all of the interview questions are going to be straightforward. The job interviewer may throw in a question or to trick you for at least force you to think about your answer.

36 English Dialogues for Job Application and Interview

Here are some dialogues to help you practice some common questions and answer for a job interview in English.

1 Hour of English Vocabulary for Job Interviews

Listen to this live session where these two English teachers talk about Job Interviews and help you learn some more key English vocabulary.

Occupational Outlook Handbook – The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations

Job Interview Books In Kindle Unlimited

The BEST job Interview Advice Book by Devay Campbell

The 250 Job Interview Questions: You’ll Most Likely Be Asked…and the Answers That Will Get You Hired! (English Edition) by Peter Veruki

Get That Job!: The Quick and Complete Guide to a Winning Interview by Thea Kelley

Mastering the Job Interview by Lavie Margolin

Job Interview Success – How to Land Your Dream Job by James Ricks

12 Tips On How To Improve Your English With Kindle Books

Hey there, English students! Do you like reading and want to know how to improve your English with Kindle books?

If so, here are 12 tips to help you make use of the Kindle app that is probably already installed on your cell phone. If not, go install the Kindle app now.

Learning English with Audiobooks – Live Chat

  1. Improve Your English Vocabulary – Reading Kindle books is a great way to increasing your vocabulary which means you understand more of what you hear and you can express yourself better
  2. Quick Tip for Kindle Dictionary: If you see a word you don’t know, just press on it until Kindle’s built in dictionary pops up so you can learn what the word means
  3. Quick Tip For Kindle Flashcards: You can also add new vocabulary words and phrases to your flashcards which is built right into the Kindle app as well to review them later
  4. Master English Grammar: Reading also allows you to assimilate the grammar structures implicitly which means don’t have to remember grammar rules to form better sentences and speak better English
  5. Improve Your English Pronunciation: Listening along with the audiobook version of your story allows you to learn how to pronounce the words correctly as well as reduce your English accent
  6. Learn English Expressions For Language Fluency – You can also learn many new idiomatic expressions by reading the dialogues in your Kindle book, which means you, will know what they mean when you hear them as well as be able to use them yourself in the proper context as you model what you have been reading
  7. Read Your Books Anywhere on your Kindle – The nice thing about Kindle books is that you can read them on your phone anywhere you go. i.e. a line at the supermarket, waiting for a friend in a park, or anywhere you happen to be
  8. Millions of Free Books – You can read millions of books like Hunger Games, Harry Potter, and Beneath A Scarlet Sky through Kindle Unlimited for less then ten dollars per month https://amzn.to/2EIpoWt
  9. No Credit Card? Search for completely free books in Bookbub weekly deals https://www.bookbub.com/ebook-deals/free-ebooks and choose the genres that you enjoy reading
  10. Most Kindle Books Offer Audio Versions – You can find the audiobook versions right on the same page as the book or just join Audible for new books to listen to each month https://amzn.to/2NEEf7s
  11. Get Free Audiobooks – And many books in Kindle Unlimited include the audiobook version for free. To find free audiobooks, just search for ‘Books With Narration In Kindle Unlimited’ on Google https://amzn.to/2u8ZYv2
  12. Read Kindle Reviews First – Just make sure to read the reviews on Amazon or Goodreads to see other people’s reviews and recommendations to make sure the book will be something you enjoy before you invest time or money

indle Updates Your Reading List Automatically – That way you can share you current reading list as well as the books you want to read next in a vibrant community of other readers just like you

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