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TRANSPORTATION PHRASAL VERBS WITH GET (GET IN - GET OUT - GET ON - GET OFF) - TO HIT THE SACK


TRANSPORTATION PHRASAL VERBS WITH GET



GET IN


get in a car

get in a taxi

get in a van

get in a truck 

get in the small boat (canoes or rowing boats)



GET OUT 


get out of the car

get out of the taxi

get out of the van 

get out of the truck



GET ON


get on the bus

get on the train

get on the plane

get on the ship

get on the subway

get on -larget boats-

get on the bike

get on the motorbike / scooters

get on the horse



GET OFF


get off the bus

get off the train 

get off the plane

get off the ship


IDIOMS 

TO HIT THE SACK



To hit the sack means to go to bed, and you can use this to tell someone that you’re really tired, so you’re going to sleep.

Instead of saying hit the sack you can also say hit the hay.

e.g.: I have to hit the sack, I’m really tired.


IRREGULAR VERBS CONJUGATION

TO RUN 




Present: Run 

Past: Ran

Past Participle: Run

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