GET – phrasal verbs
Get up – a se scula, a se ridica
I usually get up at 7 a.m.
Get on – a se urca (intr-un autovehicul / pe un animal)
Get on the bus / train / plane / ship / tube (underground, metro) / bike / motorbike / scooter / camel / horse etc
A lot of people get on the underground here.
Get off – a se cobori (dintr-un autovehicul / de pe un animal)
Get off the bus / train / plane / ship / tube (underground, metro) / bike / motorbike / scooter / camel / horse etc
Get off the toy horse and get into the car immediately.
Get into – a se urca (intr-un autovehicul)
Get into the car / taxi / small boat (canoe / rowing boat)
Get out (of) – a se cobori (dintr-un autovehicul), a iesi
Get out of the car / taxi / small boat (canoe / rowing boat)
Get out of = a parasi
Get out of the bed
Get on – a continua
Grandma got on with her work
- a se impaca, a se intelege
My sister gets along very well with her new neighbours.
- a se descurca
A lot of people can hardly get along on their salaries.
get at – a descoperi, a intelege
They haven’t got at the cause of the problem, yet.
get away – a fugi, a scapa; get away from = a scapa de
He can’t get the rat. It always gets away.
I need a day off, I want to get away from this noisy town.
get away with = a scapa usor de/cu
Politicians usually get away with their illegal activities.
get back – a se intoarce
It is getting dark and we must get back to town.
get down – a se apuca de, a trece la
get down to business / to work
I’ll get down to work on Monday.
get into = a ajunge in (bucluc)
get into trouble
I have told him many times that he’ll finally get into trouble.
get over – a trece peste, a-si reveni
She got over that failure when she relaxed on a seaside trip.
INCEARCA SI TU SA REZOLVI PROPOZITIILE FOLOSIND TIMPURILE POTRIVITE SI EXPRESIILE CU GET:
1. It’s Saturday and I can (sa ma scol) later today.
2. I never (nu m-am impacat) well with Maths.
3. He said he (se va apuca) English the next week.
4. Don’t worry, she (va trece peste asta) when she meets a nice guy.
5. She told me that John (a intrat in bucluc) because he stole important papers from his boss.
6. We can’t (sa scapam de) this nasty winter!