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Ross’s father got a new job.
Did you get tickets for the game?
I got a fine for reckless driving.
You get ten points for each correct answer.
She got a ring from her grandmother.
The social worker got the family a new flat and clothes for the children.
She called out to him but got no reply.
Young players will get the chance to meet one of their heroes.
We got permission from the council to start building.
Where did you get that wonderful carpet?
They had to stop and get some petrol.
For his birthday this year, I got my dad a sweater.
You can get a jacket from a charity shop for just a few pounds.
She went and got a photograph out of the desk.
Will you get me a glass of water?
I think nurses should get more.
Helen only gets £3 an hour.
I bet you could get at least £50 for the painting.
Sometimes he gets these weird ideas.
I got a strange feeling in my stomach as we walked towards the house.
I got the impression they were finding the work difficult.
He gets a lot of pleasure from spending time with his grandchildren.
What do you get out of all this exercise?
It’s getting late – I have to go.
If that spot gets any bigger you should go to the doctor.
It was raining and we all got wet.
If you got angry with me for this, I wouldn’t blame you.
Things are starting to get a bit difficult at home.
Do you ever have problems getting to sleep?
It’s been getting more and more humid all afternoon.
The team is determined not to get beaten again.
I’m sick of getting shouted at for things that aren’t my fault.
Somehow the paper got ripped.
You should wash that cut – it might get infected.
I’ll get the children dressed.
Let’s get you completely ready to go before we call a cab.
It took them three hours to get the fire under control.
He got his suit all dirty.
It’s almost three o’clock and you still have to get into your uniform.
She looks forward to getting out of her business suit and into comfortable clothes at the end of the day.
You need to get your hair cut.
I should be able to get the first chapter finished by tonight.
They tried to get Marly sent to prison.
Hal managed to get my email working again.
She worked all afternoon on the car but never got it running.
Abby had climbed a tree and couldn’t get down.
Dad stopped the car and told me to get in.
She forgot her keys and got into the house through the window.
The hill was so steep we had to get off and push our bikes.
Watch your step when getting on the bus.
A car stopped and two men got out.
Half the audience got up and walked out.
Firefighters got him down using a ladder.
Let’s get you into the house where it’s warm.
It’s impossible to get him off the sofa and make him do anything.
They managed to get him on the bed.
Get that dog out of my kitchen.
I don’t know how we’ll get this box up the stairs.
How long does it take to get from London to Leeds?
What time did you get home last night?
I usually get to work at about 8.30.
When will we get there?
They can get a package across the Atlantic within 24 hours.
We’ll get the timetable to you as soon as we have it.
How far do you hope to get before lunch?
He got halfway along the road, then remembered he had left his wallet behind.
How far did you get with your homework?
I got to page 100 of this book before I understood what was going on.
They need to get going with this building work if they are going to finish before the winter.
It’s time you got cracking on that assignment.
Enough talking, let’s get to work.
A new manager was brought in to get things moving.
We’d better get the kids going or they’ll be late.
That aggressive attitude won’t get you anywhere with her.
You can get a lot of things into this bag.
She couldn’t quite get all the text onto the page.
Everyone laughed, but Harold didn’t seem to get the joke.
I don’t get it – what’s happening?
Oh, I get it now.
I don’t really get why she couldn’t do it herself.
Did you get to visit the Louvre when you were in Paris?
Her brothers went out a lot, but Lisa never got to go.
It was cancer that got him in the end.
It’s easiest if you get a taxi from the station.
He usually tries to get the 9.03 train.
Do you get cable here?
Is there a number where I can get you this evening?
Could you get me the New York office right away, please.
It really gets me how everyone laughs at all her stupid jokes.
What gets me is the way he’s so smug all the time.
Everyone finds driving difficult at first, but you’re getting there.
You’ve got me all wrong, I never meant to hurt you.
I guess I got you wrong. I thought you meant Tuesday, not today.
Things are getting to the point where we can’t stand to be in the same room.
You get a lot of people criticizing teachers who don’t know what they’re talking about.
We get a huge variety of wildlife in this area.
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