To Get

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Phrasal Verbs
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Get – Got – Gotten

O verbo “to get” é usado de muitas formas. Na sua forma simples (sem formar um “phrasal verb” com uma preposição), tem os seguintes significados principais:
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  • I got my passport last week (obter/conseguir).
  • I got a letter from my friend in Chile (receber).
  • We got a new car last week (comprar).

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  • What time did you get here?
  • We got to São Paulo at 7 in the morning.
  • I always get to work early.

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  • She’s getting angry.
  • I always get nervous when I speak in public.
  • He’s getting ready (se aprontando, “ficando pronto”).
  • It’s getting cold in here.

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A coisa complica quando o verbo vem acompanhado de uma preposição ou advérbio e assume um significado completamente diferente do sentido original.

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Phrasal Verbs with Get
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  1. Tente achar a definição dos 6 verbos idiomáticos
  2. Complete as frases com um dos verbos idiomáticos
  3. Associe os verbos idiomáticos com a sua tradução (aproximada)

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