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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124811: Phrasal verb - Get
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    Phrasal verb - Get




    Main uses:


    1 - To be communicated or understood; to succeed in communicating something.

    2 - Reach or gain access to (something).

    3 - Escape blame, punishment, or undesirable consequences for (an act that is wrong or mistaken).

    4 - To enter a place, car,etc.

    5 - To leave a place, bus, etc.

    6 -  A - Do or make progress in a specified way. B- Have a harmonious or friendly relationship. 

    7 - Contrive to avoid or escape (a duty or responsibility).  

    8 - To deal with (a task) in due course

    9 - A- pass or help someone in passing (a difficult or testing experience or period). B - To finish or use up (a large amount or number of something), especially within a short time.  

    10 – Escape


    Please choose the correct preposition.


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    1. Jane had created a way to get our messages while using as proper words as possible.

    2. Jack keeps the candies up where the students can't get them.

    3. Joseph should get cheating on the exams.

    4. Betty got the workplace very late last night.

    5. What time exactly does Kate get the bus?

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