Phrasal verb to get : exercice et corrigé [+ fiche PDF]

  • to get up : se lever (le matin), se lever d’un siège, canapé, etc.
  • to get away : faire un break, faire une coupure
  • to get rid of : se débarrasser, jeter
  • to get along (well with) : bien s’entendre avec quelqu’un
  • to get in : sortir d’un bus, avion, train, etc. rentrer chez soit
  • to get over : récupérer d’une maladie, fatigue, etc. se remettre d’une surprise, tourner la page
  • to get out of : sortir d’un lieu
  • to get by : bien s’en sortir (par ex. financièrement), se débrouiller (dans une langue)
  • to get on (with) : bien s’entendre avec quelqu’un, avancer, continuer
  • to get off : sortir d’un avion, bus, train, etc.

Choisir la bonne préposition : 

up, out, rid of, along, on, in, off, away, over, by

Exercice

  1. Sorry, I can’t come to the party, I have to get ________ early tomorrow.
  1. You have to get _____ the bus at the next stop.
  1. As soon as she met her new colleague, she got  _____ with her.
  1. You look tired! We should get ______ this weekend..
  1. Do you still need your old school books? Or can I get ______ them?
  1. Unfortunately they didn’t get _________. It seems that they even hate each other.
  1. When he got _____ the plane, his whole family was waiting for him.
  1. Come on, get ____ the car. We really have to leave now! 
  1. It took me more than 2 weeks to get ______ the flu.
  1. I don’t want to see anyone. Please, get ______. I need some time alone.
  1. Why did you get ______ so late yesterday? I’ve been waiting at home for 2 hours.
  1. After the break up, he couldn’t move on and get _____ it. He was so in love.
  1. It’s very hard to get ____ these days. The cost of living has increased.
  1. Her English accent is terrible but she gets _____ in Spanish and French.
  1.  Don’t give up! You should get ______ with it till you succeed.

Corrigé

  • Sorry, I can’t come to the party, I have to get up early tomorrow.
  • You have to get off the bus at the next stop.
  • As soon as she met her new colleague, she got on with her.
  • You look tired! We should get away this weekend..
  • Do you still need your old school books? Or can I get rid of them?
  • Unfortunately they didn’t get along well. It seems that they even hate each other.
  • When he got off the plane, his whole family was waiting for him.
  • Come on, get in the car. We really have to leave now! 
  • It took me more than 2 weeks to get over the flu.
  • I don’t want to see anyone. Please, get out. I need some time alone.
  • Why did you get in so late yesterday? I’ve been waiting at home for 2 hours.
  • After the break up, he couldn’t move on and get over it. He was so in love.
  • It’s very hard to get by these days. The cost of living has increased.
  • Her English accent is terrible but she gets by in Spanish and French.
  •  Don’t give up! You should get on with it till you succeed.

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