How to use ‘to get’

What would you say in these situations? Make sentences/questions with ‘get’ in the correct form.

  1. You’re visiting a friend and you want to ask where she bought that sofa.
  2. You’re talking to your friends about their holiday in Italy and you want to ask how they travelled there.
  3. Your friend is visiting you and you’re offering her something to drink.
  4. You have a toothache and you think you need to go to a dentist.
  5. You’re starting to feel tired.
  6. You’ve just explained something to someone and want to ask if they understand.
  7. You have to go now.
  8. Somebody is annoying you.

Extra task below the video

Extra task

Answer the questions. 

  1. How long does it usually take you to get to work/school?
  2. When was the last time you got flowers? Who gave them to you and what was the occassion?
  3. What is the best present you’ve ever got? Who gave it to you and what was the occassion?
  4. What time do you usually get tired and sleepy in the evening?
  5. Is there a person that really gets on your nerves? Who is it?
  6. How many text messages did you get yesterday?
  7. Are you going to get some new clothes soon?

Reveal answer

  1. Where did you get that sofa?
  2. How did you get to Italy?
  3. Can I get you something to drink?
  4. I’ve got to go to the dentist.
  5. I’m getting tired.
  6. Do/Did you get it?
  7. I need to get going. 
  8. You’re getting on my nerves!
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