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Get: Get phrasal Verbs test

GET has loads and loads of uses in English.

There are 28 different GET phrasal verbs (get about, get above, get across and so on...) and most of these have 2 or 3 different meanings! So, I think we can all agree that really improving your English requires some practice with this very important verb. So try this GET test to learn some common-usage phrases that you might not yet be aware of. When you finish your test, you will get the results immediately afterwards.

You will also be able to view all the correct answers!    

If you have a problem understanding some of the correct answers when you see them after completing your test, then leave a comment below (stating the Question number that you don't understand) and I will try to explain.    

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Nice. Phrasal verbs are much more essential than the publishing/edu establishment would have us believe. Here's a great little resource for unbridled oral output: Truth or Dare for English Language Learners at http://www.speekeezy.ca/ Nice to have in the resource room for end of term, that nasty sub call-in gap or just good old-fashioned classroom fun. Banter in a Box.

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