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Phrasal verbs: get and be 1.Is Mary in? - No, she’s … and won’t be … till nine o’clock. 2.What shall we do now? - I’m … keeping quiet and saying nothing.

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1 phrasal verbs: get and be 1.Is Mary in? - No, she’s … and won’t be … till nine o’clock. 2.What shall we do now? - I’m … keeping quiet and saying nothing. 3.If you got … … your work instead of talking you’d be finished in half the time. 4.She wants to do all the work her self but I don’t think she is … … it. 5.He leaves his car at a parking meter for over two hours and always gets … … it. (never gets caught)

2 phrasal verbs: get and be 1.Is Mary in? - No, she’s out and won’t be back till nine o’clock. 2.What shall we do now? - I’m for keeping quiet and saying nothing. 3.If you got on with your work instead of talking you’d be finished in half the time. 4.She wants to do all the work her self but I don’t think she is up to it. 5.He leaves his car at a parking meter for over two hours and always gets away with it. (never gets caught)

3 phrasal verbs: get and be 1.I don’t think they’ll be … yet. It’s only 5 in the morning. 2.The car stopped in front of the bank and two men with guns got …. 3.I’m going to Berlin on business and I shall be … for a week. 4.I tried to ring him up but I couldn’t get …; I think some of the lines are down from last night’s storm. 5.Tom hasn’t been studying; he won’t get … his exams.

4 phrasal verbs: get and be 1.I don’t think they’ll be up yet. It’s only 5 in the morning. 2.The car stopped in front of the bank and two men with guns got out. 3.I’m going to Berlin on business and I shall be away for a week. 4.I tried to ring him up but I couldn’t get through; I think some of the lines are down from last night’s storm. 5.Tom hasn’t been studying; he won’t get through his exams.

5 phrasal verbs: get and be 1.She’s a friendly girl who gets … … everyone she meets. 2.Should I accept his invitation? - Well, it’s … … you. I can’t decide that for you. 3.He got … his bicycle to pick up the bag that had dropped off. 4.The police knew he was guilty but he got … because of a lack of evidence. 5.They didn’t want the news of the engagement to get … till it was officially announced.


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