By: Juan David Jaramillo
   1. Get in.   2. Get Back.   3. Get Away.   4. Get Ahead.   5. Get about.   6. Get By.   7. Get Over.   8. Get T...
 To   reach a place. Example: Ryan Gets in the Car all by Himself.
 To   return to the place where you live or work. Example: Two years after the accident, Jen was able to get back into he...
• To succeed in leaving or escaping from sb or or a place.• Example: The kids werent allowed to go outside, but they manag...
 Take   the lead, progress. Example:  Sallys really getting ahead in the investigation.
 Walking,   moving, travel. Examples:Why dont we get about the beach so we can see the sunset?
 To   manage to live or do sth with difficulty. Example: Monica couldnt study much, buy she got by and passed the exam.
 To   overcome, lose the fear of something. Example:  Ben could get over his fear of flying and took a plane to Spain.
    To meet socially, discuss or begin a    romantic relationship. Example:     Pablo and Ana Maria got    together last...
 Tomake progress with sth that you are doing. Example:   How are you getting on with that essay?
 To   put on a piece of clothing with difficulty. Example:  I’ve put on so much weight, I can’t get into my jeans.
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Phrasal verbs get

  1. 1. By: Juan David Jaramillo
  2. 2.  1. Get in. 2. Get Back. 3. Get Away. 4. Get Ahead. 5. Get about. 6. Get By. 7. Get Over. 8. Get Together. 9. Get on. 10. Get into sth.
  3. 3.  To reach a place. Example: Ryan Gets in the Car all by Himself.
  4. 4.  To return to the place where you live or work. Example: Two years after the accident, Jen was able to get back into her job.
  5. 5. • To succeed in leaving or escaping from sb or or a place.• Example: The kids werent allowed to go outside, but they managed to get away.
  6. 6.  Take the lead, progress. Example: Sallys really getting ahead in the investigation.
  7. 7.  Walking, moving, travel. Examples:Why dont we get about the beach so we can see the sunset?
  8. 8.  To manage to live or do sth with difficulty. Example: Monica couldnt study much, buy she got by and passed the exam.
  9. 9.  To overcome, lose the fear of something. Example: Ben could get over his fear of flying and took a plane to Spain.
  10. 10.  To meet socially, discuss or begin a romantic relationship. Example: Pablo and Ana Maria got together last week. Theyre in love!
  11. 11.  Tomake progress with sth that you are doing. Example: How are you getting on with that essay?
  12. 12.  To put on a piece of clothing with difficulty. Example: I’ve put on so much weight, I can’t get into my jeans.

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