GET AWAY – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Get Away
What does get away mean? Get away has a few different meanings, but in this English lesson, the meaning we will look at is “to take a vacation.” We also use the noun, getaway. Keep in mind, GET is an irregular verb and the three forms of GET are GET, GOT and GOTTEN.

  • Jenny said she is going to get away for a few days this weekend.
  • We had a nice getaway last month in Vermont.

How about you? When was the last time you got away?
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