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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #98456: Phrasal verb To get
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    Phrasal verb To get

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    1. I have to finish this exercise by tomorrow, and I haven't done anything yet. I'll get right it!

    2. He's too narrow-minded, we can't get anything him.

    3. My neighbours and I don't get very well. We do not speak to each other any more.

    4. Marie speaks English quite fluently and she can get in Spanish.

    5. We have lost a lot of time these past few weeks, that's why we must get business immediately.

    6. The president was sentenced because he got the law.

    7. He was really ill last month. It took him a long time to get the flu and bronchitis.

    8. What time do you get in the morning?  

    9. We'll never get all this work before the weekend.

    10. She's happy because she got an examination three days ago.

    11. Last weekend, their daughter got her as a fairy to go to a masked ball.

    12. Let us get some friends to have a party on Saturday night.

    13. He hopes to get his money within six months.

    14. She is always getting her husband to buy a flat near the beach.

    15. We mustn't beat about the bush. We'd better get the facts.

    16. He was really fed up. How wonderful for him to get from it all for a few days!

    17. I was so tired that I got to sleep in the sofa.

    18. They had a few problems but they finally managed to get him on time.

    19. This man seems to have serious problems, I think we could help him but he doesn't want to speak about that and we can't get a secret of somebody.

    20. Last week, he drove slightly too fast on the motorway, that's why he got with a fine.

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