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
|To have mobility
|To go on holiday / vacation
|get back at someone
|To get revenge
|get back into
|Become interested in something again
|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
|To survive something
|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.
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