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She is getting over it. She gets around. She knows better how to get along with.
There are many phrasal verbs which we use while speaking and writing. They are like language decorators.
In this article, I am gonna share one of them “Get” having many uses in different aspects with easy examples.
Let’s get started!
‘To explain someone’
1. What message are you trying to get across to public?
‘Liking for each other’
1. I wonder that how do they get along when they always had a fight.
2. My brother and cousin never get along.
‘Travel to many places’
1. To get more knowledge about the world, she always gets around
2. When it comes to research, you will have to get around
‘Managing and doing something bad without being punished and criticised for it’
1. They always break the laws and get away with it.
2. A thief robbed a shop yesterday’s night and easily got away with it.
‘When one starts to feel happy after something bad happens with’
1. She had very bad experience of getting loss in business but now she is getting over it.
2. She had fever but she has got over it.
‘An informal meeting of a group of people’
1. Last Sunday, we all friends had a small get together.
2. In our society we didn’t know one another so we had a get together to know about.
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