The verb to get in English Beginners Course Lesson 25.




This English tutorial is focusing on the verb to get.  As we have seen Phrasal verbs are idiomatic phrases which consist of a verb and another element, either an adverb or a preposition. The combination of both (Verb + preposition or Verb + adverb) create a new unit of meaning called a Phrasal Verb. A good example is  get and it’s many permutations.

  • Get across = to communicate

The main idea didn’t get across.

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hi students welcome back I’m Julia your
online English teacher and today’s focus
is the verb  get so in less than 25 we
will see the verb get in the form of
a phrasal verb of a prepositional verb
and in idioms what does that mean that
means that to get can be combined with a
preposition or adverb to create a
phrasal verb it can be a simple verb
followed by a preposition that doesn’t
affect its initial meaning that is a
prepositional verb and it can just be
used with nouns or noun phrases or
adjectives and in that case it’s just an
idiom so that’s the grammar focus of
today as usual I would like you to also
dedicate some time and some of your
focus to correct pronunciation and
correct spelling I don’t think that at
this point there is anything difficult
when it comes to spelling but just
getting those good habits now will
really make a difference as you progress
towards higher levels of English today’s
lesson structure is as always the
dialogue vocabulary grammar QA and the
recap at the end where you and I can
side to go over the main points of
today’s lesson it is also sometimes a
pretext for me to introduce more
vocabulary which is relevant to the
topic or pronunciation tips which have
been inspired from specific
pronunciation difficulties of today’s
lesson so follow those steps do use the
subtitles in English in your own
language and turn them off all together
that is a great challenge and really
helps with improving listening
comprehension and just listening skills
in general so that’s it for today I’m
now going to let you focus and I will
see you a little later for the recap
section of the video bye bye

to get, to get out, to get in

Dialogue

1/English Sentence Practice with the verb  to get

It is still raining but he gets on the bus without getting wet.

The bus is full of people returning from a night out in London.

It is getting late and it is nearly midnight when Peter gets to the front door.

In fact, it is exactly twelve o’clock midnight. The chimes of his cuckoo clock in his hallway remind him

He is tired and he goes straight up to bed. He gets into bed but he is thirsty. Indian food is delicious but very salty.

He gets out of bed and goes down to the kitchen to get a glass of water.

That’s better, he quenches his thirst and returns to his bedroom.

This time he has no difficulty getting off to sleep.

The following day he has to get up early because his girlfriend is coming round for Sunday dinner.

English Vocabulary

2/English Vocabulary Practice

  • verb to get
  • It is still raining.
  • to gets on
  • without
  • to get wet
  • full of
  • a night out
  • it is getting late
  • it is nearly midnight
  • gets to
  • the front door
  • it is exactly twelve o’clock midnight
  • the chimes of the cuckoo clock
  • the hallway
  • to remind someone
  • to be tired
  • straight up to bed
  • to get into
  • to be thirsty
  • delicious
  • salty
  • to gets out of
  • to go down
  • the kitchen
  • to get a glass of water
  • that’s better
  • to quench a thirst the
  • bedroom
  • this time
  • difficulty
  • getting off to sleep
  • the following day
  • he has to get up
  • a girlfriend
  • to come round
  • Sunday dinner

English Grammar

Phrasal Verbs with “to get”

What is a phrasal verb?

Phrasal verbs are idiomatic phrases which consist of a verb and another element, either an adverb or a preposition. The combination of both (Verb + preposition or Verb + adverb) create a new unit of meaning called a Phrasal Verb.

  • Get across = to communicate

He found it difficult to get the point across.

The main idea didn’t get across.

  • Get along  = to get on with = to maintain a friendly relationship with someone

They don’t get along.

We get on so well with each other.

  • Get around = to become known = to spread

News gets around quickly here!

It will be impossible to get around it. We have to tell her.

  • Get at = to reach OR = to suggest something indirectly

It’s too far for me to get at.

What exactly are you getting at?

  • Get away = to go away from someone or something

Get away from the road!

Let’s get away for the weekend!

  • Get down = to cause someone to feel depressed

This dreadful weather is getting me down.

It got me down for a while.

  • Get down to = to start to work on = to reach the point of dealing with something

Let’s get down to business!

I have to get down to work!

  • Get on = to put yourself on or in something OR = to remind someone to do something = to continue

I got on the bus at eight.

Get on with it! We don’t have all day.

  • Get out of = to avoid something

It will be difficult to get out of this situation.

Get out of the car!

  • Get over = to recover from something = to overcome something

Did she get over the break-up?

He can’t get over his shyness.

English Speaking Practise

Questions and Answers

Do you get along with your sister?

Yes, we get along fine.

Do you get around quickly on your motorcycle?

Yes I do, thank you.

And can you pass me the box?

No I can’t, it is too difficult to get at.

Let’s get away for the weekend!

Yes, let’s get away.

Are you going to get down to work soon?

Yes, I will start immediately.

I don’t want to go to Robert’s for dinner . Can’t we get out of it?

No we can’t get out of it, we promised Robert.

Did you get up early today?

Yes I got up at 7 o’clock.

Is it getting late?

Yes it is getting late, it is 12 o’clock.

Did you get on the bus?

Yes I got on the bus.

Did you have difficulty getting off to sleep?

No, I did not have difficulty getting off to sleep.

Lesson 25 recap with Julia

Hi guys! Welcome back! Let’s see the recap together of lesson 25! Today we’re going to see lots of vocabulary. We’re going to start off with vocabulary for going out and coming home , vocabulary of the house and vocabulary of food. At the end would do a recap of your grammar point of the day which are phrasal verbs with the verb “get”.

Vocabulary of going out and coming home:

Repeat after me!

midnight

tired

to go out

to return

a night out

Vocabulary of the house

a clock

a bed

a bedroom

a hallway

to sleep

the front door

to come round

Now some vocabulary related to food:

thirsty

to quench one’s thirst

delicious

salty

Some more words

full of

nearly

without

On my screen, for the grammar review, you will now have a synonym or equivalent expression. Please guess which preposition is missing or which prepositions are missing to complete the phrasal verb with “GET”.

to communicate

to get across

to get on with

to get along

to go away

to get away

to avoid something

to get out of

to recover from something

to get over

to start to work on

to get down to

to spread

to get around

That’s it for today guys! Thanks ever so much for watching! I hope to see you in our next recap video!

Bye bye!

Exercises about the verb to get Lesson 25

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