5 English phrasal verbs with GET (with kids)

Learn these 5 Phrasal verbs with Get (with Kids)


GET ALONG

Definition: Be nice to each other

Example: Kids, get along with each other! Stop fighting!


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GET DOWN

Definition: Lower yourself from a higher spot.

Example: Get down from that high place!


GET IN

Definition: Move yourself into something or somewhere

Example: Get in the house!


GET OUT

Definition: Move yourself out of something or somewhere

Example: Get out of my room. I am trying to study!


GET RID OF

Definition: to throw away or throw out something.

Example: We need to get rid of your jeans! They are full of holes.


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