GET: common expressions

When to use GET (Elementary / A2 Level of English) Get + adjective (meaning to become) Example sentences: It’s getting dark. We have to go home now. Are you still sick? No, I’m getting better. It’s getting late. It’s already 11p.m. The children are getting tired. It’s past their bedtime. She’s getting married next year. She wants to get pregnant. … Read More

Get on, get off, get into, get out of

Learn these first phrasal verbs using GET when used with TRANSPORT. There are 4 main verbs which are used for different types of transport. GET ON: We get on large vehicles like buses, boats, trains, planes.  But we also get on horses and bicycles! GET OFF: This is the opposite of the verb to get on.  We get off buses, … Read More