ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE: Idioms using 'GET'
LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced


Write the letter of the word(s) that best complete(s) each sentence:

a - get me down
b - take some getting used to
c - get-go
d - get it
e - get wind of
f - get somewhere
g - get your foot in the door
h - get a kick out of
i - get a move on
j - get a rise out of

1. ! ( = hurry up) We're going to be late for the movie.

2. His negative comments always . ( = depress me)

3. Doesn't it seem like she always tries to him? ( = make him angry/annoyed)

4. He seems to ( = enjoy) these types of movies.

5. If your grandparents , ( = find out about) what you did, you'll be in trouble.

6. I don't . = I don't understand.

7. Don't worry that your new job doesn't pay a lot. It'll , and, eventually, you'll be able to advance.

8. This small apartment will after living in a big house for five years.

9. I wish we could , ( = make some progress) with these talks.

10. He was doomed from the ( = from the very beginning)






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