Phrasal Verbs with GET in English

English Phrasal Verbs with GET, phrasal verbs with get;


Phrasal Verbs with GET in English

Get across

To make people understand something

The teacher couldn’t get her ideas across to the students.


Get around

To travel to different places

I will get around from town to town.


Get ahead

To be successful in the work

I will get ahead at work with this project.


Get at

to criticize someone repeatedly

The boss always get at me. I don’t know why he behaves like that.


Get away

to leave or to escape from a place or a person

She usually gets away from the crowds.


Get down to

to check briefly on someone or something

Let’s get down to work.


Get on with

to manage a situation or to achieve something

How do you get on with your exams?


Get through

to be connected by phone

She got through to wrong department.