Get Around – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Get Around
The phrasal verb get around means to travel in a city.

  • In New York it’s easy to get around on foot.
  • In LA people get around by car.
  • I’ve hear you can get around by shared bicycles in a lot of cities these days.

How do you get around in your town?


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