Expression with "Get"
For each sentence (1-10), choose the meaning of get from the table below. You will need some of the answers more than once.
- It took our young daughter more than a year to get over losing her pet kitten. phrasal verb
- You'll need to get your hair cut before thinking about going for a job interview. causative
- Hurry up and eat that or it will get cold. become
- Did you hear about the new deal to get cheaper phone calls on your cell phone? buy/receive
- Do you always get the bus to work? Don't you ever drive? catch/take
- Unless there's bad weather, I should get to you around 7pm. arrive
- To celebrate his 70th birthday, we got a portrait painted of my uncle. He loved it! causative
- My sister got measles when she was young but I never did. catch/take
- If we don't leave now, we'll never get to the stadium in time to see the match start. arrive
- I don't get on with my mother-in-law. We always seem to argue over silly things. phrasal verb