The verb GET is difficult for students because it has many meanings in English.
Try to match numbers 1 to 8 with letters a to h (they are not in the right order) Enjoy!
- to receive something
- to buy something
- to find something
- to become or feel a certain way
- to arrive somewhere
- to take a bus/train/taxi
- to pay for something
- to understand something
a. I don’t GET it, why did he speak like that?
b. It is my turn to GET lunch.
c. I GET the metro to work.
d. Did you GET my postcard?
e. Where did you GET your jacket?
f. It is difficult to GET a job at the moment.
g. I usually GET home at 7.30pm
h. If I work all day without lunch, I GET tired.
(Answers: 1.d, 2.e, 3.f, 4.h, 5.g, 6.c, 7.b, 8.a)