Language Variation Quiz: 'To Get'

Quiz: 'To Get'

Which variation of English is associated with each of the following phrasal verbs?

'Get it on' - Become interested or excited










'Get across to' - Be convincing or make a good impression










'Get through' - Finish










'Get off!' - Don't touch, leave alone










'Get after' - Nag or exhort someone










'Get off' - Say or write something funny










'Get it together' - Begin a relationship










'Get round' - Find a solution










'Get into' - Criticise










'Get out!' - Expression of disbelief