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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111434: Phrasal verbs using Get
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    Phrasal verbs using Get

    get up to: do

    get on with (someone): have a good relationship

    get over (someone/something): recover from

    get away with (something): be successful in something

    get at (someone): criticise someone repeatedly

    get rid of (something): remove/throw away something

    get out of (doing something): avoid something you don't want to do

    get off lightly: to experience less trouble than expected

    get through to (someone): successfully explain something

    get wound up (about something): get angry about something


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    1. Our sofa is really old. We need to it.

    2. I went to the cinema. What did you last weekend?

    3. Brad and Tom really don't each other.They're always arguing.

    4. Sara won't be joining us. She'll still the flu.

    5. I going on that boring company trip, because it has started raining.

    6. The traffic officer only gave me a warning for driving too fast. I there!

    7. After showing James the pie charts and diagrams, I was finally able to him.

    8. I really when I see people mistreating defenceless animals!

    9. If Mel thinks she's going to being late again, she's terribly mistaken!

    10. I feel sorry for Andrew. His brother's always him even when he's done nothing wrong.

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