The verb get is one of the hardest-working words in the English language. It's everywhere! We use is alone as a main verb to mean buy, receive, obtain or retrieve. We use it in phrasal verbs like get up, get over and get along with. And we also use it with adjectives to show a change in state.
Well, have a look at this infographic that explains some of the more common uses of this incredibly hard-working verb. You can also click on the button below to download to PDF version.
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