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Vamos aos Phrasal Verbs com a Letra G:
|TO GET * ACROSS +||Cause to be understood||It’s difficult to get humor across in another language.|
|TO GET AHEAD||Make progress||I can’t get ahead even though I work two jobs.|
|TO GET AHEAD OF +||surpass||You need to work overtime in order to get ahead of schedule.|
|TO GET ALONG||Have a good relationship||Do you and your brother get along?|
|TO GET ALONG WITH +||Have a good relationship||Gus doesn’t get along with his two sisters.|
|TO GET AROUND +||Avoid someone or something||Some people get around paying taxes by hiring a good accountant.|
|TO GET AROUND||Go many places||It’s easy to get around town by bus.|
|TO GET AWAY||escape||The bank robbers got away.|
|TO GET AWAY WITH +||Do something against the rules or illegal and not get caught or punished||My brother gets away with everything.|
|TO GET BY||Survive without having the things you need or want||I lost my job, so I am having a hard time to get by this year.|
|TO GET BY ON +||Survive with minimal resources||It’s nearly impossible to get by on making minimum wage.|
|TO GET BY WITH +||Manage with||You don’t need a computer. You can get by with a typewriter.|
|TO GET DOWN TO +||Get serious about a topic||Enough small talk. Let’s get down to business.|
|TO GET IN +||Enter (a car, a small boat)||Get in the front seat!|
|TO GET IN||Enter||Get in. I will give you a ride to school.|
|TO GET * OFF||Send (a package)||I finally got my sister’s birthday present off yesterday.|
|TO GET OFF +||Remove||Can you get this spider off my shirt?|
|TO GET OFF||Leave (a bas, plane, boat)||We need to get off the bus at the next stop.|
|TO GET OFF||Leave||It’s dangerous to sit on the roof. Get off!|
|TO GET ON||Put on (clothes)||You should get your jacket on. It’s really cold outside.|
|TO GET ON||Enter (a bus, train), mount (a bike, a horse)||The train is leaving. Quick, get on!|
|TO GET ON||Have a good relationship||Nate doesn’t get on with his co-workers.|
|TO GET ON WITH +||Have a good relationship||Do you get on with your neighbors?|
|TO GET OUT OF +||Exit||I fell into the water when I tried to get out of the canoe.|
|TO GET OVER +||recover||Stop crying! Get over it!|
|TO GET THROUGH +||Complete||We will never get through all this boxes by 9AM.|
|TO GET THROUGH +||Penetrate||We need a strong drill to get through this wall.|
|TO GET * UP||Cause someone to rise||My neighbor got me up really early by turning the music up.|
|TO GET UP||To rise||What time do you usually get up?|
|TO GIVE * AWAY +||Give something without asking for anything in exchange||Why did you give all of your furniture away?|
|TO GIVE * BACK +||Return something ones borrowed||When are you going to give the book back to your tutor?|
|TO GIVE IN||Stop trying||Never give in! You can do that!|
|TO GIVE * UP +||Surrender something||The police told the thief to give his gun up.|
|TO GO BACK||Return||When is she going back to Mexico?|
|TO GO BACK ON +||Not keep (a promise)||Don’t trust him. He always goes back on his promises.|
|TO GO FOR +||Try to achieve||Our team is going for the gold medal in the Olympics.|
|TO GO FOR||Idiomatic phrase – Crave||I could go for pizza.|
|TO GO OFF||explode||The bomb could go off at any minute.|
|TO GO OFF||Become angry||Mary went off last night after I told about her bike.|
|TO GO ON||Continue||My heart will go on.|
|TO GO ON||Happen||What is going on?|
|TO GO OUT||Stop burning (a fire)||The fire went out after 2 days.|
|TO GO OVER +||Review||Let’s go over it before we do home.|
|TO GO WITH +||Match (clothes)||That shirt doesn’t go with this hat.|
|TO GO WITHOUT +||Abstain from something you want or need||A person can go without water for 2 days,|
|TO GROW UP||Mature||Your brother needs to grow up and start thinking about his future.|
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