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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Get 2

Try this fun quiz to check your understanding of English phrasal verbs. To learn more about an individual phrasal verb, click on the "more about this phrasal verb" link.

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1. get across

In which job do you need to be really good at getting ideas across to other people?
  1. a farmer
  2. a jockey
  3. a teacher
more about this phrasal verb: get across

2. get at (1)

We need to make sure our kids can't get at anything
  1. educational
  2. dangerous
  3. healthy
more about this phrasal verb: get at (1)

3. get at (2)

If you don't know what he was getting at, ask him to
  1. tell you what he meant
  2. tell you what he got
  3. tell you where he went
more about this phrasal verb: get at (2)

4. get away with

Bobby and his friends got away with cheating in their exam, so their results were
  1. better than expected
  2. worse than expected
  3. the same as expected
more about this phrasal verb: get away with

5. get by

Ashraf just gets by on the money he makes, so
  1. he's getting rich quickly
  2. he can't save much
  3. he's saving a lot
more about this phrasal verb: get by

6. get down (1)

I told my dog to get down because he was
  1. on the table
  2. on his stomach
  3. on the floor
more about this phrasal verb: get down (1)

7. get down (2)

If you want to get some details down, you'll need
  1. a glass of water
  2. a stick
  3. a pen
more about this phrasal verb: get down (2)

8. get down (3)

I needed to eat, but I couldn't get anything down because
  1. I didn't have any money
  2. my throat was too sore and swollen
  3. all the shops were closed
more about this phrasal verb: get down (3)

9. get into (1)

Neil got into Cambridge University by
  1. bribing an official
  2. hiding in a delivery van
  3. studying very hard
more about this phrasal verb: get into (1)

10. get into (2)

My Aunt Maud is getting into yoga and meditation. She says
  1. it's a waste of time
  2. it's really helpful
  3. she's been teaching it for years
more about this phrasal verb: get into (2)

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