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Phrasal Verb: GET OUT

Josef Essberger
How to use the phrasal verb GET OUT in the imperative

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get out (phrasal verb): in imperative – leave; go away
Nazi (noun): a member of Germany’s far-right National Socialist German Workers’ Party under Adolf Hitler
Gestapo (noun): 1936-1945 the German secret police suppressing opposition to the Hitler Nazis in Germany and occupied Europe. The Gestapo sent Jewish people and others to concentration and death camps
psychopath (noun): a person with a chronic mental disorder exhibiting abnormal or violent anti-social behaviour
Passover (noun): important Jewish festival commemorating their liberation from Egyptian slavery


Please get out. Get out of this property. Immediately get out.

Get out of this property. Immediately. Out!

I don’t want to hear anything.

Out of this property. Immediately.

I don’t want to hear a word.

Out. Out. Out of this property.

Immediately, until…you come back with a warrant.

Out! Out. Out. Out. Out!

Out of this property.

Immediately out.

Immediately go out and don’t come back.

Go. I don’t want to talk to you.

Not a word.

Out of this prop…Out of this property, immediately out

I don’t care what you have to say

Out! Out. Out.

Out of this property you Nazis, out!

Out! Gestapo is not allowed here.

Immediately. Gestapo is not…allowed

Out! Out!

Do you understand English? Get out of this property.

Go. Go. Go

And don’t come back without a warrant

Out Nazi! Out! Out!

You understand? Nazis are not welcome here. Out

And don’t come back without a warrant

Do not come back without a warrant.

You understand that?

You are not welcome here

Nazis are not welcome here

Gestapo is not welcome here

Do not come back you nasty psycopaths

Unbelievable. Sick, evil people

Intimidating people in the church during the Passover

You Gestapo Nazi Communists, Fascists

Don’t you dare coming back here

Can you imagine those psychopaths?

Passover, the holiest Christian festival in a year

and they’re coming to intimidate Christians during the holiest festival


What is wrong with thos sick psychopaths?

It’s beyond me.

By Josef Essberger for EnglishClub June 2021
Josef started teaching English as a foreign language in 1991 and founded EnglishClub for learners and teachers in 1997.


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