Phrasal Verbs with Get

Match the phrasal verbs on the left with its meaning on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • get away (from)
  • get round to
  • get out of
  • get on
  • get round
  • get through
  • get away with
  • get at
  • get back
  • get over
  • to persuade somebody to agree or to do what you want
  • to do something bad without being punished for it
  • to escape from somebody or a place
  • to reach a place, thing etc, to mean
  • to progress, to be successful
  • to recover from an illness
  • to avoid doing something, to leave a vehicle
  • to move away, to receive again
  • to find the time to do something
  • to succeed in speaking to somebody on the phone