A phrasal verb is a verb followed by a preposition or an adverb and this combination creates a different meaning from the original verb alone.
We must not get in late for the event.
In the above sentence, the highlighted part is a phrasal verb. ‘Get in’ is a phrasal verb that means ‘to arrive at a place’ which is different from the verb ‘get’.
Q. Complete the following sentences using the phrasal verbs with ‘get’. Make changes to their forms as required.
- I was surprised how well my friend and my sister _____________.
- They _____________ from their vacation last week.
- Emma just _____________ the flu and now her sister has it.
- We worked so hard this year that we had to _____________ for two weeks.
- We will be late if you don’t let us _____________ the bus.
- Harry _____________ at 6 in the morning.
- got along.
- got back
- got over
- get away
- get on
- got up