Phrasal Verbs with 'Get' Vocabulary Lesson Part One

TopCanto avatar
TopCanto
·

Start Quiz

Study Flashcards

17 Questions

The phrase 'get onto' means to finish something quickly.

False

The speaker had a good relationship with their boss.

False

The speaker always had plenty of money.

False

Getting a couple of drinks down made the speaker less confident.

False

The speaker improved their language skills by talking to Spanish friends on WhatsApp.

True

The phrase 'get across' means to confuse someone.

False

In the text, Lucy got away with doing the bare minimum at school.

True

Lucy wanted to get ahead, so she decided to stay in her village and not explore other cultures.

False

Lucy needed to get out from the city to relax in the country.

True

When Lucy explained her predicament to her parents, they got behind her.

True

Lucy found a job in a local pub and immediately decided to save money for a language course.

False

Upon arriving in Seville, Lucy met her classmates and they didn't get along well.

False

The person counted their money to see if they could afford another trip to Italy.

False

Seville holds a special place in the person's heart.

True

The person never broke up with their Spanish boyfriend.

False

Getting back with someone means to end the relationship permanently.

False

The person used to meet up with old friends in Seville to reminisce.

True

Test your understanding of phrasal verbs with 'get' in this vocabulary lesson. Learn how to use expressions like 'get away' with examples from a video by English with Lucy on YouTube. Practice identifying the meanings and usages of these phrasal verbs.

Make Your Own Quizzes and Flashcards

Convert your notes into interactive study material.

Get started for free

More Quizzes Like This

Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Definitions and Usage
20 questions
Phrasal Verbs Quiz
5 questions

Phrasal Verbs Quiz

ProfuseDandelion avatar
ProfuseDandelion
Use Quizgecko on...
Browser
Browser