On this page you will find out more about the phrasal verb get.
This will help you improve your vocabulary range for the IELTS test.
In word set 1 and 2 we already saw you can say 'get along with' and 'get away with'.
This word is collocated with a number of other words to give a different meaning.
The list of phrasal verbs with get and their meanings are given below, and then there is a multiple choice quiz to practice them.
Phrasal Verb Get
|get something across/over||Make understandable or communicate|
|get around||To have mobility|
|get away||To go on holiday / vacation|
|get back at someone||To get revenge|
|get back into||Become interested in something again|
|get by||To have just enough of something such as money or knowledge|
|get down to||Start doing something seriously or with a lot of effort|
|get over something||Recover from something, like an illness or a problem|
|get round to something||To find time to do something|
|get through||To survive something|
|get together||Social meeting|
|get up||Get out of bed|
How well do you know the phrasal verb get?
In this phrasal verb quiz, you have three choices to fill the gap. Choose the right words and / or tense.
"I think these eBooks are FANTASTIC!!! I know that's not academic language, but it's the truth!"
Linda, from Italy, Scored Band 7.5