3 de janeiro de 2018

10 maneiras de usar o verbo GET (exercícios)


1) get = acquire, buy, come into the possession of something
She got a lot of paintings from her uncle.
They got a new pet.
Get your results the next day.
I got my computer at the Apple store.

2) get = become, to change into a state, often used with adjectives
He got annoyed when he heard the bad news.
It must be getting more serious.
Janice has gotten much more open in her attitudes.
Please don't get angry with me!

3) get = receive a present, obtain attention
I got some clothes for Christmas.
His movie got a good review.
I got some books from my girlfriend.
What would you like to get for your birthday?

4) get = arrive, reach a destination
She got home at 7 o'clock.
She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight.
I got to work late because of the weather.
I won't be able to get there until later. 

5) get = bring, fetch, go and bring or take back
Get me those books over there, please.
Could you get the wine?
Let me get the shovel and we'll go to work.
I'll just get my phone and then we can leave.

6) get = experience, undergo, of mental or physical states or experiences
He got an idea. 
She gets vertigo when she looks out the window.
They get nauseous when they drive.
Peter got frightened by what he thought was a ghost. 

7) get = make, score, achieve a point or goal
Nick got a 70 on that extremely difficult golf course.
The Brazilian team got 4 goals.
She got 29 points that day.
Anthony got 12 rebounds during the game.

8) get = contract, take, be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness
He got a horrible disease while he was traveling. 
She got pneumonia and had to go to the hospital.
She got a cold from Tom.
Unfortunately, I got ill from drinking the water while on vacation. 

9) get = induce, stimulate, cause, make someone do, cause to do; cause to act in a certain way, always followed by an object 
My children finally got me to buy a computer.
My wife got me to pay attention to the speaker.
The class got the teacher to postpone the test. 
I wish I could get them to take me seriously!

10) get = pay back, take vengeance on or get even
We'll get them! 
That'll get him good!
This time I got him.
Just wait until I get you!

Leia as frases e identifique qual é o sentido do verbo get.

a) I got three As last semester.
be striken by / become / score

b) Peter has gotten serious about his studies.
arrive / cause / become

c) They got their father to buy them a new horse.
bring / acquire / cause 

d) We got three books for our new library.
experience / cause / receive

e) Jane got the flu from her students last week.
arrive / experience / contract

f) Could you get me the paper?
receive / fetch / take vengeance

g) I got spooked by all the talk of revolution.
experience / fetch / become

h) I got some excellent advice on the new job.
bring / receive / cause

i) She promised to get him someday for all his bad behavior.
pay back / fetch / acquire

j) John Handersohn got 32 points and 12 rebounds during the game last night.
become / score / arrive


pay back

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