№70 English vocabulary - Phrasal verbs: GET 1 - get up, get down, get along, get across, get in, out

'Get' is a very popular verb in English, and adding postpositions to it changes the verb dramatically, creating a great variety of meanings! Let's study these phrasal verbs - get up, get down, get along, get across, get in, get out English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday! My channel - My group - My facebook group -

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Now that I've finished dinner I am ready to get down to phrasal verbs
I've Forgotten the one meaning of "Get Out". The phrasal verb "Get Out!" cans mean "Leave!"
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If possible, you should give an example for each phrasalverb not to explain so long it makes listeners boring. OK?
Get out to the house? its correct
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What about get along withand get over
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The verb to get is really usefull because you usually use in diferents context sintaxis for eample get across i got across my frind that i didn't know aboot the appointment, another example i get across my brother about is not helpfully to watch tv, another example someone came across her when she answer about the hour coming the bus, to get along this is really easy because you use when for emaple you can i get along with my boss and i got along my friend when we have been studying in the elementary school but now i haven't seen him anymore, get along i don't get along with her because she put me down, another example get in when you coming your house you say i get in early today because the classroom were failed when you say what time you usually get in? get down you say i've never gotten down when i'm watching the news, i'm trying to not get down about had happended
Get out, .examples
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Thank you so much , a very helpful video , please could you help me with the idomatic call to mind , i am wondering if it's tru if i said , - what make you call to mind this story  thank ou one more time 
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I like so much this video! Always have a big interrogate point when the people talk using 'get'. I love what you are doing! You are an excellent teacher, always I'm learning pretty much about English with you! You always focus in the little details and those are very useful! Thank you so much! Gracias! I am from Venezuela!
Very interesting and useful video! Thanks a lot! Do you have any special methods to remember these verbs for a long time? I learnt by heart them many times, but I forgot them very soon (((
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I've usually heard "get in" used in reference to arriving at work, not at home (I'm a native speaker of American English). Of course it could be different in Britan, or in another part of America. I didn't know that "get across" could mean annoyance, but that would explain a lot :) (that's why I watch some of the english lessons, because even as a native speaker I don't know everything)
Hi, Antonia. Congratulations. I leaned a lot with this video,because you teach clearly and objectively. Keep it up.
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Very helpful, I'm a big fan of phrasal verbs and I'm very happy to find this video and you explained it really well, I praise your way of teaching, thanks again for the great lesson
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Congratulations. Excellent class. Thanks a lot !! But where's the another one about GET??
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"A got cross of most of them" does my mean right? I ment I understood most of them :) Thanks always great in english and russian too))
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I shall watch this video once more to clear my self
Get! it that meens to realised anything or gues anything thats right?
Excellet teacher. Many thanks.
For bonus slang points, "getting down" can also mean to dance or party. By extension, if someone "gets down", they are fun and know how to party right.

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№70 English vocabulary - Phrasal verbs: GET 1 - get up, get down, get along, get across, get in, out