Phrasal Verbs with Get
1. get out- leave or move.
I don't want you here. Get out of my way!
2. get over (something)- stop thinking about something.
I can't get over how hard that test was.
3. get away with (something)- do something wrong without punishment.
The bank robbers got away with robbing the bank. The police never found them.
4. get on with (something)- continue with something.
Listen everyone, it's time to stop talking and get on with our class.
5. get around- way to go places.
I get around by bicycle, but my brother gets around on foot.
6. get around to (something)- finally do something.
I finally got around to doing my homework. I didn't do it for several days.
7. get along with- be friendly with.
My neighbor and I get along very well. We talk everyday.
8. get by- have enough to survive.
I have enough money to get by until next week.
9. get down to- become serious about.
Dinner is finished and now it's time to get down to business.