Lesson 10 Multi-part verbs

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MULTI-PART VERBS 2
Aim:
to learn some common phrasal (multi-part)
verbs with GET
get on with somebody = have a friendly
relationship with somebody
 get by = manage to continue your way of life
 get at somebody = say unkind things to
somebody
 get down to something = begin doing something
seriously
 get into = become involved in sth
 get back = return, usually to your home
 get to = arrive
 get round to doing something = find time to do
something
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P.
30 EX. 5
1.
The Marx family were poor, but they ______.
I must ______ some revision before my exams.
I don’t ______ my brother – we’re always
arguing.
I must phone my uncle soon. I never seem to ___
it.
My mother ___ me if I don’t tidy my room.
We ____ a conversation about films.
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6.
P.
30 EX. 5
1.
The Marx family were poor, but they got by.
I must get down to some revision before my
exams.
I don’t get on with my brother – we’re always
arguing.
I must phone my uncle soon. I never seem to
get round to it.
My mother gets at me if I don’t tidy my room.
We got into a conversation about films.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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