Getting to know the verb 'GET'
Guess what? It doesn’t end there!!
Many phrasal verbs can have more than one meaning so for instance with the phrasal verb get off the meanings can include:
· to tell somebody to stop touching you or another person. Example: Get off me, that hurts!
· to leave work with permission Example: Could I get off (work) early tomorrow?
· to stop discussing a particular subject; to make somebody do this. Example: Please can we get off the subject of dieting?
We hope you enjoyed our blog all about get – though in fact we’ve only just started! Perhaps we’ll look more at this extremely handy verb again in the future.
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