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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124449: Get and usage
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    Get and usage

    Get is one of the most used words in English. It has different meanings based on the sentence situation. Get is an irregular verb.

    The simple present form is GET, the simple past form is GOT, the past participle is GOT (gotten in American English),and the present participle is getting.

    Some of its meanings are shown below.

    Obtain/receive.Become/start to be.Do something/has something done. Move to/from.Progress in an activity.

    Fit/put something in a place. Understand. Be able/allowed todo something. Kill/attack/punish.

    Answer door/phone. Use a particular vehicle. Receive a broadcast. Reach someone by phone.Prepare a meal. Annoy.


    Exercise:  Please use the correct tense of GET in the sentences.


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    1. Where did you (get) that beautiful overcoat?

    2. Ana (get) a photograph of the nice scenery last afternoon.

    3. I need to (get) some details from you about the accident.

    4. I (get) a strange feeling in my stomach as we walked towards the house.

    5. Let's (get) you completely ready to go before we call a cab.

    6. I should be able to (get) the first chapter finished by tonight.

    7. I usually (get) to work at about 8.30.

    8. How long does it take to (get) from London to Paris?

    9. I (get) that you're really busy, but surely you can answer my email.

    10. It's time to start (get) dinner.

    11. She worked all the afternoon on the car but never (get) it running.

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