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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #98457: Phrasal verbs- To get
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    1. My neighbour is always getting his wife.

    2. The traffic was light, we could get about half past eight.

    3. It is the local fair in this village and there isn't enough room to get in the main street, we have to turn back.

    4. He has put on weight for several months, that's why he can't get his trousers any more.

    5. He isn't cured yet, he can't get yet.

    6. She twisted her foot while she was getting the bus.

    7. He is very angry because he got the truth yesterday, his son's a thief !

    8. The robbers couldn't open the gate fast enough, that's why they got the wall to go through the garden.

    9. I'm sure that he can solve his problem himself but I couldn't get it to him.

    10. Our friend had an important problem, but he managed to get this difficulty.

    11. Get with you ! You've been getting on everybody's nerves for two hours.

    12. She can't do all her work because she gets a great deal.

    13. His rivals won yesterday but he wants to get them as soon as possible.

    14. I haven't finished to read this book yet, I got Chapter 4.

    15. I'm very late. I must get to doing my homework this evening.

    16. It was high tide about four o'clock yesterday, but we managed to get under cliffs from half past three to a quarter to four.

    17. He was so tired yesterday that he got into bed before noon.

    18. The office is locked and I can't get my laptop.

    19. Yesterday, he looked so tired that the boss told him to get home.

    20. He got into a rage, he got from his chair, and he got out of the room.

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