Phrasal verbs are very important in the English language and you need to know lots of them to reach a good English level.
However it is one of the most challenging stuff to learn and use them naturally. So let’s see why it is so difficult to learn phrasal verbs:
But don’t despair because you already know lots of them. However we still need to come up with ( idear) some useful ideas to help you learn them better.
Today’s verb is GET and some of the most common phrasal verbs with get:
I get along really well with his sister but there is no way to get on with his mother.
2. Get over, get through – superar
It’s been very hard for Kelly to get through her divorce.
Ben could get over his fear of flying and took a plane to Spain.
3. Get across – trasmitir
I’ve tried everything to get my message across but I wasn’t able to do it.
4. Get together – reunirse o controlar tus emociones
Get yourself together or we will have to leave the bar.
We should all get together one day and go out for a drink.
5. Get by – areglarselas
Do you speak French? I get by.
Monica couldn’t study much but she got by and passed the exam.
6. Get away with – lograr, no ser castigado por algo.
Joe thought he could get away with his lies but this time he’s been caught.
7. Get around – viajar a lugares diferentes.
I’d love to get a round tomorrow, I always stay here for my holidays
8. Get rid of – deshacerse de, quitarse de encima.
Jim should get read of those awful friends of his. They are a bad influence.
9. Get on – subir en autobus, avion, tren.
I’ve had to run to get on the bus.
10. Get off – bajar del autobus, avion, tren.
I got off the train at Atocha station.
11. Get in – subir en coche o taxi.
He run to the car, got in and went to the airport.
12. Get out of – bajar de un coche, taxi.
When he arrived at the airport he got out of the car and rushed into the crowd.