Phrasal verbs with the verb Get – Exercise

Task No. 1187

Place the following prepositions in the gaps and form meaningful sentences. (together, along, in, off, away, through, down, back, up, out) 

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Phrasal Verbs

Welcome to your Phrasal verbs with the verb get – Exercise

1
When we got to the party, she had already left.
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get back = to return
2
The police let him get with just a warning.
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get away = to leave/escape
3
What time does our train get  ?
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get in = to arrive
4
We have to get early tomorrow to catch our plane.
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get up = to be out of bed
5
We have to get for a chat soon.
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get together = to meet
6
It was a very difficult time in my life but I managed to get it.
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get through = to survive/endure
7
I stopped the car and got .
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get out = to leave the car
8
Does Susan get with your parents?
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get along = to be friendly with
9
I couldn't get his phone number. He spoke too quickly.
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get down = to write
10
They got the train when it stopped at their station.
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got off = to leave public transport