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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Many employers want to hire an employee who can get ___________ others. Co-operation, they believe, is more important than skills.

Josh: I can't believe how rude the waitress was last night.
Jade: Get ________ it. You never have to see her again.

That movie really got me _______. I hate watching sad movies about animals.

Jon: Do you need a ride somewhere?
Valen: Yeah, but your car is always dirty. I'll walk.
Jon: I just had it cleaned. Don't worry, get ______.

Once you get ________ the first part of the process, the rest is really easy.

It is never a good idea to get _______ a hungry dog and a juicy bone.

Even though the damage caused by the fire he started with his cigarettes was massive, Tom got ________ with a small fine and some volunteer work.

I know this all seems very difficult right now, but we will get _______ this and laugh about it some day.

We really want you to get ____ board with this project. It would mean a lot to everyone at the office if you co-operated.

If you fall, you should always get ______ and try again.


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325 Comments on “10 GET Phrasal Verbs: get down, get off, get through, get up, get away…”


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Great lesson, Adam. Thanks!

Monday, November 4th 2013

    Outstanding! Learned a lot from the lesson. I took the quiz and got 100%. Thank you.

    Wednesday, November 13th 2013

    Goog lesson i am very happy to know the site engvid

    Saturday, December 28th 2013

Good job Adam i am interesting :)

Monday, November 4th 2013

Adam !!! thanks a lot for this lesson, at the beginning I thought the Phrasal verbs were not important, but now I understand how important and common they are !!!. Once again, thank you very much

Monday, November 4th 2013

    I think that phrasal verbs are the most important and difficult things in understanding common english, but everyone has to get it through

    Monday, November 4th 2013

    I think for native English speaker they use a lot of phrasal verbs everyday

    Monday, November 4th 2013

I got 8/10

Monday, November 4th 2013

good but someday someone told me ” i try to call u in ur self phone but i don’t get thought it” what is mean get through here ??????

Monday, November 4th 2013

    Does he meant that he tried to call your cell phone and you wasn’t pick up?

    Monday, November 4th 2013

      Hi BianLei, exactly! Good to go… :-)

      Monday, November 18th 2013

    BianLei is totally right

    Wednesday, November 6th 2013

    Hi Sami,

    Get through here means make the connection. Maybe the line was busy, or maybe you just didn’t pick up.

    Hope that helps.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

I got 8/10. Thanks for the lesson. Phrasal verbs very important, and used every day, but in some case I confused when one have different meanings. I need more time that remember it.

Monday, November 4th 2013

thanks ;-)

Monday, November 4th 2013

Good lesson, Adam. It was the first time for me, but I really liked your lesson.

Monday, November 4th 2013

I got 8/10. very nice teacher,andvery nice lesson. Thanks!

Monday, November 4th 2013

9 out of 10! It’s easy to learn about how to use phrasal verbs when we have such a good teacher!

Monday, November 4th 2013

You happen to be one of the best English ever!!

Thanks for teaching us!!

Monday, November 4th 2013

Amazing lesson,dude,and keep going!

Monday, November 4th 2013

I got 9/10.Congratulations.Thank you very much.

Monday, November 4th 2013

9 out of 10, the same to Janilza, haha, nice lesson:)

Monday, November 4th 2013

Very useful lesson and as always you did it very well.I have one question.Why did you say me and my friend get along instead of I and my friend get along? Thank you sir. Good luck!

Monday, November 4th 2013

    I noticed that too, but I had to listen to it once again, and I think “me” is in position of an object, so is “my friends”. So, this isn’t the same when you try to say “I get along with my friends”. I also think that you can change the sentence to: “My friends and me get along.” So, there’s no “I” in this case, and also, there’s no “with”. And I think this is the key thing, and you probably could say “My friends and I get along with her.” . So, as you can see, in this case you have “I” and “with”.

    Of course, this is only my understanding, and I don’t know if that’s right, but I think it is. Anyway, I’m looking forward to seeing Adam’s explanation. :)

    Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    It’s a whole topic in English, it is correct to to say “My friend (or any other noun) and I”, OR in casual English I heard people say “Me and my friend (again any other noun)”

    Wednesday, November 6th 2013

    Hi Oshada,

    Though Morfik made a valiant effort, ‘me and my friend get along’ is technically incorrect grammar. Me and my friend (we) get along, or my friend and I get along essentially mean the same- we have a good relationship. That being said, however, this construction is used so often that it has become acceptable in everyday speech. Would I write this? Probably not. These days there is a lot of leeway (space to maneuver) in spoken English, but not in formal written English.

    I hope that helps a little. I could be on guard to use perfect grammar all the time, but it’s actually not that realistic in terms of everyday usage.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Nice lesson. Thank you

Monday, November 4th 2013

Really difficult. Special thank Adam.

Monday, November 4th 2013

Thanks, Adam………..I like your class very much…….You area agreat teacher

Monday, November 4th 2013

phrasal verbs.I like them.Thanks Adam.10 out of 10 is good

Monday, November 4th 2013

Thanks.
I have a question about the phrase “get off”, I remember some movie clips: People said “Get off from my car!” with a rude action. Can we use “get off from my car” as a kind way? When I hear “get off” I always think it’s a rude phrase..

Monday, November 4th 2013

    when you say get off from my car is how you say (tone/command) and use it in the sentence. You can say it more in polite way by saying can you please get off my car.

    Wednesday, November 13th 2013

      good answer :)

      Sunday, November 17th 2013

        Thank you both, you guys are showing us on how to express and proper use of english grammar. I am new to the site and finally, found a site that is interesting, fun, easy to follow, and most of all we can apply in our everyday use of english language.

        Monday, November 18th 2013

      Thanks

      Sunday, November 17th 2013

    Hi Bian Lei,

    Englishtime gave a good answer. Get off basically means remove yourself from (my car). Mostly it’s not said in a polite way, but it could be.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

My 1st test, and 7/10. Thanx a lot for a lesson!

Monday, November 4th 2013

You are the best tearcher. Thank you very much.

Monday, November 4th 2013

hallo all student @ friend

Monday, November 4th 2013

I got 8/10
I thought the answer of quiz 8. will be (past) but I said:No i didn’t hear the phrase when i watched the video ,although i think i’m not getting through this lesson yet
(Is what i wrote here bad English Adam??)

Monday, November 4th 2013

    I mean i need more practice

    Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Hi Hoda,

    No, you wrote well. :) That was my fault. I wanted to include past as being similar to through. I guess I did it in my head only.

    Get past means reach the other side of a bad situation and be ok, or overcome something.

    Hope that helps.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

      yes Adam
      Thank you very much

      Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thanks a lot.
get past wasn’t on the video I made a mistake:(
I got 9/10 so happy:D

Monday, November 4th 2013

I got 7 correct out of 10. I was confused. I hope to listen and try the quiz again. Thank you Alex :)

Monday, November 4th 2013

    Oops! I mistook your name. So sorry, Adam (><)

    Monday, November 4th 2013

I really appreciate your help to improve our knowledge of English. Thank you very, very much!

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

thanks adam

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you adam

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

thanks adam..i got 7 out of 10..anyway it is really helpful

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Hi adam..Please make a video about Over, it is really confusing me…Eg:move over,look over
..pls pls pls

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Will do, Pintuk :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

      Thank you very much…it is the first time i got a reply to my comment…i’m really happy…

      Friday, November 29th 2013

As usually, very useful lesson. Thank you Adam. Greetings from Poland.

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you so much

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

really enjoyed the lesson
and got 8 /10
but you didn’t explain (get past)so I lost a point :)

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Also happened to me…I lost a point because of “get past”! :)

    Tuesday, November 5th 2013

      that’s okay :)
      I revenged for myself and got through the test again hhhhaaaa

      Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Sorry about that Nada. It was in my head to include with get through. But I’m glad you did it again. :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

YEHEY… I GOT 8/10

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you, Adam

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you!

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you so much teacher Adam thank you

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Adam, let me ask. I saw “I just had it cleaned” in the quiz. Is that correct? I’d have used Present Perfect.

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Hi Dosya,

    This construct is called a causative. it has different uses than the perfect. What do you think it means?

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

      Is it something like “I need to have my hair cut”? Or “I had my hair cut?” We’re taught here to react with Present Perfect as soon as we see “just”. Almost fanatics lol

      Sunday, November 17th 2013

        Hi Dosya,

        Unfortunately, many English teachers like to introduce formulas to grammar, but they forget that context plays a large role.
        Yes, it is causative like the hair cut example, just in the passive voice, so… ‘I just had my hair cut.’

        Sunday, December 1st 2013

Thanks Adam…:)

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

I GOT BEHIND THIS LESSON!

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

great lesson, Adam! Thank you

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

I got 100, and of course, I shot in 8 because there was no “through”.

I didn’t know what “get past” means, and besides nothing else seemed to be right, I chose it. :)

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    It was in my head to include it with get through. :)
    It means reach the other side of a bad situation and be ok, or overcome. Similar to we’ll get through this.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

I had a great plaesure with this work i got 9/10. What interesting thing , about get past, i didnt know what is it means, i just guessed:D

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Hi Anna,

    Slight error on my part. It was in my head to include it with get through. :)
    It means reach the other side of a bad situation and be ok, or overcome. Similar to we’ll get through this.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

I found that native speakers use phrasal verbs quite a lot everyday.Might phrasal verbs use easy than other words?

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Hi Linhbom,

    I hate to say this, but you have to think of phrasal verbs as another type of vocabulary and practice them as such. :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Hello Adam
I’ve changed the fly Halloween costume by this one
This time there is no transcription on your lesson but it’s great,
Thank you for teaching us

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you for the lesson Adam.
Phrasal verbs are so hard to keep in mind…

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thanks for an amazing lesson. My points: 9/10. Seventh question was really difficult :)

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Hello Adam,

I have a question. I also heard that get away (with) can also mean the same as get off – I mean not to be punished for something properly

Thanks

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    You’re right!

    Wednesday, November 6th 2013

    Hi Adam :)

    It more often means not get caught, or there is no evidence to blame you with.

    Hope that helps.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Get past wasn’t on the video and so I lost that point.

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Hi Sauron,

    My mistake. It was in my head to include it with get through. :)
    It means reach the other side of a bad situation and be ok, or overcome. Similar to we’ll get through this.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

      Than you for you answer Adam, you’re awesome!

      Sunday, November 17th 2013

and i just remembered Get Down And Get With It by Slade))

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Terrific!!!
You’re cobra!!!

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    cool :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Amazing lesson! It looks so easy now, just keep it in mind ;-)

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    Hi where are u? si v us?

    Friday, February 21st 2014

how often are published news video in Engvid?

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

    3 videos per week!

    Wednesday, November 6th 2013

      Thanks Ludmila, but do you know which days are published?

      Wednesday, November 6th 2013

        Randomly I guess…just check it out from time to time during a week and you’ll definitely see a new video class

        Wednesday, November 6th 2013

    Hi Marystela

    Every two or three days. Check once in a while and you can look t old posting too if you miss one.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thank you Adam great lesson keep going!

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

7/10

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Great lesson! I got 10/10

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

Thank you so much Adam for your great post. No teacher has ever explained this to me any better than you. I’d like to see more videos on phrasal verbs. Keep on the good job!

Tuesday, November 5th 2013

I got 9/10 :(
It was due to a little confusion.
You are a great teacher! Thank you so much!!
Looking forward for many such interesting lesson :)

Wednesday, November 6th 2013

I got 9/10.
Thank you so much :)

Wednesday, November 6th 2013

For me, phrasal verbs are the most difficult part of english. But after this video I understood a lot of phrasal verbs with “get”. Thank you so much!!

Wednesday, November 6th 2013

    It is all good. But without everyday practice this lesson will have zero effect!

    Wednesday, November 6th 2013

Great Adam, thanks :)

Wednesday, November 6th 2013

thanks a lot i got 8/10. i can’t believe, once again thank you a lot.

Wednesday, November 6th 2013

how about impore my ability to speak english teacher

Thursday, November 7th 2013

    Hi Phoplop,

    Hate to say it, but speak!

    If you have no one to speak with, record yourself speaking and listen to your own mistakes and work on them.
    :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thank you so much.

Thursday, November 7th 2013

You are a great teacher! Thank you so much!!

Thursday, November 7th 2013

Many thanks Adam, but please tell us the difference between “Welcome on board” and “Welcome aboard”.

Thursday, November 7th 2013

    Hi Maqdoni,

    i think that they technically mean the same thing, though I would use on board when someone enters a ship or plane, and I would use aboard when someone joins a group or team (such as at work).

    Hope that helps.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

thank you adam

Thursday, November 7th 2013

really am grateful for you adam , you simplify it . I get it <3

Thursday, November 7th 2013

Really, really Thank you!!! got 10/10 :)

Thursday, November 7th 2013

I got through this lesson but unfortunately I didn’t do a good job I’ve taken 6/10 however as always I’ll get over this and do all again.

Thursday, November 7th 2013

Thank you Adam!

Friday, November 8th 2013

thanks for the lecture it is so usefull

Friday, November 8th 2013

Does someone know if I say: I GOT along with you tonight …it it wrong? Does it mean that you and me were good friends but after this night we are not!! ? thx.

Friday, November 8th 2013

    Hi Maesib,

    If you and a person got along, it shouldn’t be necessary to say it. If, however, you think you might not be friends anymore, you ask “why? didn’t we get along?” or ” we got along, didn’t we? why don’t you want to be friends?”

    Hope that helps.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thank you! I got 10/10!

Saturday, November 9th 2013

sir kindly update ur voice like ms Rebecca. i got 7/10

Saturday, November 9th 2013

    Hi Mianbcs,

    Not sure what you mean by ‘update’ my voice. If you mean speak louder, I’ll try.
    :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Very useful lesson.Tank you.

Saturday, November 9th 2013

i don’t understand so much

Sunday, November 10th 2013

thanks, Adam

Sunday, November 10th 2013

Adam, thank you very much for this very progressive program. You make me fall in Love with English. Many greetings from Hamburg, Germany and Bali Indonesia( my two home town). With my very best regards .

Sunday, November 10th 2013

9 out of 10, not too bad.
Past wasn´t in the explanation, tricky.

Monday, November 11th 2013

    Hi Ramon,

    Sorry about that. It was in my head to include it with get through. :)
    It means reach the other side of a bad situation and be ok, or overcome. Similar to we’ll get through this.

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thanks a lot it is very usefull, and I appreciate u support to learn us the english on a good way.

Monday, November 11th 2013

I got 8 scores

Monday, November 11th 2013

Thank you Adan, I really apreciated this lesson, you are right we need to practice and practice and practice.

I see you T next good lesson.

Monday, November 11th 2013

thank you Adam

Tuesday, November 12th 2013

Thank you Adam for this lesson you’re the best :)

Wednesday, November 13th 2013

In total how many “Phrasal Verbs” are there…?
And In general how many we need to remember for our daily coversation..?

Wednesday, November 13th 2013

    Hi Zakir,

    Too many to count, and yes, remember them like you would any other vocabulary.
    :)

    Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thanks for Wonderful lesson Adam..:)

Wednesday, November 13th 2013

thank you Adam

Friday, November 15th 2013

Thank you everyone. I really appreciate all the positive and encouraging comments.

Also, sorry about the ‘past’ phrasal. I meant to include it as similar to ‘through’.

anyway:
It means reach the other side of a bad situation and be ok, or overcome. Similar to we’ll get through this.

:)

Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thank you so much! It’s really useful :).

Sunday, November 17th 2013

teacher. do u have skypone, u can add my skyphone ” phop.lop” and if u free u can talk with me!!!!!

Sunday, November 17th 2013

Brave!

Sunday, November 17th 2013

Excuse-me: Bravo!!

Sunday, November 17th 2013

Thanks!!!!!!!

Sunday, November 17th 2013

I’ve done the exercise but i got a mistake in number 8 because in your video doesn’t explain me about it. Anyway, your tutorial video is so useful for me. Big thanks from me.

Sunday, November 17th 2013

I love your class!

Sunday, November 17th 2013

your voice so easy to hear
I like you
you are the best teacher
sorry my EL verry bad
hic

Sunday, November 17th 2013

Hey Adam, I am Adriano. Your lessons have been helping me a lot on my projects here in Brazil. I would like to share my ideas with you. Please,If you have a time send me an e-mail: adsaugo@gmail.com So then I could talk more about it for you. Thank you. Have a Great day :)

Monday, November 18th 2013

adam, thanks for your lesson. i think i meet a great theacher in here.

Tuesday, November 19th 2013

it was really got me up..

Saturday, November 23rd 2013

Thank you teacher for your great lesson.

Saturday, November 23rd 2013

Adam… You rock!!! Thank you for lesson!

Saturday, November 23rd 2013

hey..thanks Adam..got 10/10. get up and get through the obstacles in the path, otherwise the will get you down and that is really bad…it’s only the first step that matters ….hahaa..thanks again

Sunday, November 24th 2013

    *otherwise they …sorry

    Sunday, November 24th 2013

I got 8 out of 10.

Wednesday, November 27th 2013

Just 7 out of 10… but I’ll get over it!
thanks.

Saturday, November 30th 2013

got 50% need more practice, thanks, Adam

Tuesday, December 3rd 2013

I got 7/10

Sunday, December 8th 2013

well a small doubt….. u said that we use the phrase “get in” for anything like container or closed….ryt??
and u also mentioned that we use the phrase “get on” for the boats or aeroplane or anything which has a big place to walk… ryt??
so my question is… why do we use the phrase “get in” in the sentence… “get in to the class.” where class is a big place where we can walk and roam…. why do we xactly use like that?? according to what you said we should use “get on” in that sentence… but we dont use it lyk that.. why is it like that??

Wednesday, December 11th 2013

hi,.good morning teacher( in my home town at this moment is 10:38 morning)..i feel glad to have you in my english learning programmes and i hope with your guide programmes my english would be in much better day by day,..dear madam,a few days ago i had encountered a problem when i’m trying to make a conversation with someone regarding to an area that they planned to build a house but they need to put its with land/soil first because the place in the old days is a swamp area..could you please help me how to start a conversation regarding the condition of the site..
i have too many words that’s make/made me puzzled..
they are:
1. in which,on which, of which
2. soil vs land
3. have a drink vs have a glass of coffe
4. how to invite someone for a dinner
dear teacher could you check and correct my writing and spelling above..thank you

Sunday, December 15th 2013

i get 60 am lazy ,I have to practice more ,thank u adam for ur nice way of teching

Monday, December 16th 2013

yayyy i got 80, thank you Adam you’re really awesome and funny, love ya.

Wednesday, December 18th 2013

7/ 10 Thanks Adam

Saturday, December 21st 2013

Hi! the lesson was very helpful for me thanks a lot and I make these ex and you see if these are correct.
I want you to get on board us.
If they got on board them what should we do?

Tuesday, December 24th 2013

thanks

Tuesday, December 24th 2013

I got 7 correct
thank you Adam

Wednesday, December 25th 2013

I have 7 of ten goods, but the lesson is clear
Thank you, is possible that you put other like this, is very important “to get”

Wednesday, January 1st 2014

I am very happy because,I understanding and learning lot of things that I didn’t know before. Thank you Adam.

Thursday, January 2nd 2014

Thank you Mr Adam , It was really helpful :)

Friday, January 17th 2014

Thanks a lot for the clear explanation

Tuesday, January 21st 2014

Thank you for all your amazing lessons.
i love to watch American movies and Tv series.
I always watch these programs using subtitles.
I used to watch English-American TV that way.

What do you suggest to avoid the subtitle’s use? Any tips?

Friday, January 24th 2014

I got 8 of 10 .. really it’s a well explain.. and I admire your accent
Thanks a lot Mr. Adam

Friday, January 24th 2014

Thank you for this lesson Adam! I have learned a lot :)

Wednesday, February 5th 2014

Hello Adam,
I like studying English by watching your Videos in engvid.com … but I have a problem that related with This video … I cannot understand usually when you Teach Vocabulary if you don’t write the meaning in the Board beside the Word…
Thanks again
Dua

Friday, February 7th 2014

Hello, teacher!
Dont you mind i use your lessons not that common way. Usually I just get home, get down my chair with a cup of tea and relax. Its not not how my english skills could be realy improved but, you know, if you would like to stop talking to your students using basic-simple-english-language-for-kids…
Anyways, I cant stop thanking you for your greate lessons. (Seems like my aspiration to be honest makes me rude, i am sorry for that).

Friday, February 7th 2014

I got 9. You didn’t mention about ‘get past’ :( But I know this anymore. Get past:overcome

Saturday, February 8th 2014

Thanks man, I just finished reading a book on phrasal varbs and I’m practicing my new skills here.

Saturday, February 8th 2014

thanks adam

Thursday, February 20th 2014

Thank you so much ، you are really good and loyal teacher . Can you do more than one quiz ، please ?

Thursday, February 20th 2014

Thank you it was very usefull for me! I get it..

Friday, February 21st 2014

thank you for the lesson Mr.Qdam , but there’s plenty of phrasal verbs we need to learn about , i’ll appreciate your help

Tuesday, March 4th 2014

Thank you very much indeed !

From my view, The phrasal verbs are certainly one of the trickiest parts when learning english.

Thursday, March 13th 2014

i got9/10,it’s a good lesson Adam

Friday, March 14th 2014

I got down this lesson :)

Sunday, March 16th 2014

just want to say, you are amazing teacher, and also you have amazing character

Friday, March 28th 2014

Thank you very much Adam, I like your way of making students understand.

Adam, can you prepare a lesson for us which will tell us difference between By & Through. I am very confusion about use of these two words.

Saturday, March 29th 2014

Hi Adan! You great! I have just a question, it’s about how to pronounce the word “either”..I have been teaching my students as I learned /(n)ee-ther/, the same way that you have pronouced in the video, but I have also listened here, in egnvid.com, and in sitcoms some teachers saying /(n)eye-ther/, on my dictionary, I have checked that the way I speak is correct, but as I’m listening both, I’d like to know the difference…Could you
help me?

Monday, March 31st 2014

How fabulous your explanation is!
thank u so much,and we appreciate your efforts to make everything clear and useful.

Tuesday, April 8th 2014

Thanks a lot you are the best teacher:) I got 8/10 . i lost point because get past

Friday, April 11th 2014

Best teacher ever. Thanks Adam.

Sunday, April 20th 2014

Hi Adam,
thanks a lot for your helpful lesson.
You’re a great teacher
take care

Monday, April 21st 2014

thanks for this exam. i got 9/10

Wednesday, April 23rd 2014

you didnot explain about get past mr.adam

Friday, April 25th 2014

hello Adam!How are you?plz just tell me about get out the car or get off the car?get out the bus or get off the bus? thank you.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Thank you so much Adam! That was a great explanation such a difficult topic!

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

thank you so much:)

Monday, May 26th 2014

Thanks,Adam!You are a great teacher!Where did you learn to teach English? Tanya.

Tuesday, May 27th 2014

I got 9 out of 10, I ‘ll try again

Friday, May 30th 2014

yes yes 10 out of 10
thanks Adam , may God bless you

Friday, May 30th 2014

useful lesson even for the native speakers
cheers

Monday, June 9th 2014

Love this teacher. He speaks so clearly!

Tuesday, June 24th 2014

It is a very good lesson about phrasal verbs get.

Saturday, June 28th 2014

Thank you so much! I got 9/10 this time! Didn’t figure out get past :(

Saturday, June 28th 2014

I know how important phrase verbs are ! good lesson teacher!

Tuesday, July 1st 2014

Its good to learn english with you.

Sunday, July 13th 2014

thanks!!! teacher

Tuesday, July 15th 2014

Thank you Adam. It was really useful.

Saturday, July 19th 2014

Hi Adam , i dont undertand very well about the use of the “get on board”??
Can you help me please. Tks

Thursday, July 24th 2014

    “get on board” means to agree , to go along with
    like for exemple if your freinds want to make a plane and they come to tell you about it ,then they ask you if you’re ok to be with them in it. to get on board with their plane .

    Thursday, September 4th 2014

thank you Adam. i like your class.
but i have doubt with the pronunciation, you gave us, the rules for pronunciation, but when you gave the word bullet first syllable bul but the second is let y no lit its pronunciation will be bullet.
please i do not understand to use the table

Tuesday, July 29th 2014

Thanks Adam!

Friday, August 8th 2014

Great lesson!. Thanks!!

Monday, August 18th 2014

I love EngVid website! You guys rock! Adam you’re the one haha thank you so much. I’ve shown my English teachers this website, they also had loved it.

Wednesday, September 3rd 2014

Hi,
thank you for all your lessons, they are so helpful
I wanna ask a question about “get down” , this Phrasal verb have three meaning ?
1-sit down
2-enjoy the part
3-depress , make sad .
is it correct ?

Thursday, September 4th 2014

Hi Adam.
I am the new user of this fabulous site.
I know as my duty to say thanks to you ,because of your kind attitude and the opportunity that you have provided for me .
And finally , I would like to tell you , from now I am your student forever.
Wish you the best
Kind regards
AmirHossein

Sunday, September 14th 2014

you’re the best Adam <3 i like your lessons :) keep going u'r so cute :*

Sunday, September 21st 2014

Thank you so much teacher Adam, that’s very helpful.

Monday, September 22nd 2014

Please, i have one question: what is the meaning of get past ?

Monday, September 22nd 2014

i got 8/10 . I will get along with engVid team :]

Friday, September 26th 2014

Thanks Adam, I loved your lessons and share them with my friends. Really helping to study.
Even your lessons inspired me to create something like this for Russian teaching students.

Sunday, September 28th 2014

Russian studying students

Sunday, September 28th 2014

you are explaining so good,thank you

Tuesday, October 21st 2014

Thank you very much!

Thursday, October 30th 2014

Great :) Thanks

Thursday, November 6th 2014

Thanks Adam)it was a very good and interesting lesson to me. But i got 5/10 score first time)

Sunday, November 9th 2014

appreciate Adam . Phrasal verbs are very difficult …

Sunday, November 9th 2014

Thanks, nice lesson

Monday, November 17th 2014

thanks a lot dear it i really amusing video

Monday, November 24th 2014

as well as there has another phrase for get; such as get at.

get at: reach or gain access to (something).
E.G/ I got at home at 7.

Friday, November 28th 2014

Thank you for another great lesson teacher Adam :3 you’re such a cool teacher, always smiling and you seem to enjoy what you’re doing. I just have one question that is not related to this lesson, what’s the difference between acronym and abbreviation? Thank you in advance.

Sunday, November 30th 2014

HI, VERY GOOD JOB ACTUALLY. I WISH I WERE NEAR IN ORDER TO HAVE BEEN ABLE TO MEET YOU IN PERSON. I SUBSCRIBED LAST WEEK AND I HAVE ALREADY SEEN MORE THAN THE HALF OF VIDEOS YOU AND YOUR FRIENDRS HAVE UPLOADED. KEEP ON CREATING. THANK YOU!!!!

Wednesday, December 24th 2014

Great lesson thankful Adam

Thursday, January 1st 2015

Good lesson. thank you

Sunday, January 4th 2015

Thanks

Monday, January 5th 2015

i got 10/10 hahaha i can’t believe that

Friday, January 9th 2015

It was a great lesson to learn and made me understand something about the phrasal verbs when they are used as slang and thank you very much for giving us such an important lesson. you are simply one of the greatest teachers I know.

Friday, January 16th 2015

Adam,you tricked me.I only learned the words those were on the board but I think you added past as an extra phrasal verb.Anyway, I got 7 out of 10.By the way, T.Adam i really appreciate this job that you are doing for us and also for free.THANK YOU SO MUCH.

Saturday, January 17th 2015

Amazing lesson!!! Phrasal verbs are really important to improve our english. Congrats Adam!!!!

Monday, January 19th 2015

Thanks Mr Adam. I need more practice about this lesson.

Friday, January 23rd 2015

test myself before watch. got 100% . yeayyy ! :D

Sunday, January 25th 2015

I am very happy to learn this hard topic easily Thank you so much for this :)

Wednesday, February 4th 2015

I didn’t get meaning ” get down like make sad”!!! You said get down means “enjoy”. When I had test one of the question was about “get down” like make sad.

Wednesday, February 11th 2015

    To get down—to party, have a good time, etc. But if something gets you down, it makes you sad. Yeah, it’s confusing…

    Friday, February 13th 2015

thank you very much ADAM

Thursday, February 12th 2015

Hello Adam,

Could you please explain us why sometimes the singular verb “s” is left out in these cases:
-she suggested/requested that he leave the house..is it correct or not?
-the success will come provided that everyone study hard..is it correct or not?

Saturday, February 14th 2015

Thanks alot Adam you make it easy for us , I got 9/10
I got off man :D

Sunday, February 15th 2015

Hi Adam in the exercise there are “get down”for the sad movie ,and will “get past” this and laugh about it some day you didn’t explain it in the Video could you plz tell me what does it mean….. Great lesson as usual

Monday, February 16th 2015

Thank you! You are great teacher:)

Sunday, March 1st 2015

Thanks

Wednesday, March 4th 2015

Thank you Adam!!! Well done!!! It is clearer than water!!

Saturday, March 7th 2015

got 10 on 10.but i think i need more practice.can u suggest me,where can i get more examples.
by the way your lessons are great & helpful.i have became your fan.

Sunday, March 15th 2015

thank u sir

Saturday, March 21st 2015

Oops…only got 70%.I need more hard.

Tuesday, March 24th 2015

thank you

Thursday, March 26th 2015

thanks teacher i got 50 %

Thursday, March 26th 2015

Good job Adam, bless you

Friday, March 27th 2015

good lesson thank you!!!

Monday, April 20th 2015

Adam, thank you very much for this lesson!

Monday, April 20th 2015

great lesson , thanks

get off = get past true or false

and i want lesson for articles a ,an ,the , no articles please

Tuesday, April 21st 2015

Hi everyone as Adam ! May I ask where can I get Engvids’ homework ?

Thursday, May 21st 2015

This is great!!!!
9 out of 10
Thanks Adam. You’re a excellent teacher ;) ;) ;)
I hope to learn much more!!!

Sunday, May 31st 2015

really good lesson i got 5 out of ten hehehe thank you teacher

Thursday, June 4th 2015

im not good in english but ill keep try

Thursday, June 4th 2015

Great lesson, I learned lot of things about Get, I’m getting along with this website.

Monday, June 8th 2015

Great teacher,
10 out of 10

Monday, June 15th 2015

Dear Adam, Thank you so very much again your very valuable teaching to us. I have just a question to the quiz: Why don’t good solution the “get over” at the last question? I know that “get up” means “stand up” , but “get over” expresses better the repeated starting when someone don’t give up in this situation which this last question mentioned.Thank you so verty much your answers!

Tuesday, June 16th 2015

    “If you fall, you should always get ______ and try again.” Answer “Get up” is correct because you should try again but if you don’t want , you can Answer “get over” … (this’s my notion if it incorrect please explain thank you :))

    Thursday, June 18th 2015

You are a very good teacher!

Saturday, June 27th 2015

heyy it was a very useful lesson thankyou so much Adam you’re a great teacher
but i have a question you didn’t mention the phrasal verb get past that in the quiz what about it ?!

Tuesday, June 30th 2015

Thanks Adam, your lesson is very interesting

Monday, August 3rd 2015

i got 8 out of 10 thanks for the video u uploaded.

Wednesday, August 12th 2015

Thank you Mr. Adam so much I’ll be waitnig for new lessons

Friday, August 14th 2015

Thank you Adam, you’re great teacher.

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Thanks.

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Great lesson.

Wednesday, September 2nd 2015

Thanks alot for ur useful lesson :)
could u please give ur skype ID to ask some questions there :?

Saturday, September 5th 2015

Thank you

Friday, September 18th 2015

Thank you.

Saturday, September 19th 2015

Thank you Adam.

Sunday, September 20th 2015

Many thanks, Adam,
today my first day on this sites, first test – 9 right answers of 10.. Next time must be 100% but I feel GOOOD :}

Wednesday, October 7th 2015

sorry…on these sites :}

Wednesday, October 7th 2015

..haha, I am not able to write English!
…again: on these sides…/still problem because of German, here the German word “die Seite../
Thank you again for your perfect job, very helpful..

Wednesday, October 7th 2015

Anyway you miss get past but very useful Lesson Adam!
Thank you!

Sunday, October 11th 2015

Very helpful lesson Thank you Adam :)

Monday, October 12th 2015

I made 10 points. I am the man….lol

Wednesday, October 14th 2015

thanks mr adam i get through the test with 9/10

Monday, November 2nd 2015

Amazing lesson!!!

Friday, November 6th 2015

Wonderful lesson thank you very much, I do really appreciate your job. Just wanted to tell you guys the answer for the question number 8 wasn’t on the video “get past”. With a little research we can say we learned new 11 GET phrasal verbs! thanks a lot.

Monday, November 9th 2015

So 7 beng correctedthnx sir

Saturday, November 21st 2015

Great lesson on Phrasal Verb as always. Thank you.

Tuesday, November 24th 2015

Thank you Adam you are my favourite teacher

Friday, December 4th 2015

Thank you so much:)

Wednesday, December 16th 2015

I got 6 correct out of 10.I think need more explanation

Saturday, January 2nd 2016

Great !Thanks.

Tuesday, January 12th 2016

Thanks a lot! It’s really useful.)

Tuesday, January 12th 2016

Very helpful. Thanks

Tuesday, January 12th 2016

We know Adam, that you don’t like the winter..! :-)

Thursday, January 14th 2016

I got through the quiz.I scored 9/10.It was really interesting.Hoping to get on with the next available lecture.Thank you Mr. Adam.You are a great teacher.May God bless your knowledge.

Saturday, January 16th 2016

Hi,Adam thank you .You are a great teacher.

Wednesday, January 27th 2016

I’ve got 80 out of 100 and I’m not satisfied on my performance .

Thank you teacher Adam for your great efforts……keep going also I wish all the best to you.

Regards

Monday, February 1st 2016

Thank you !! :)

Wednesday, February 10th 2016

thank you very much

Thursday, February 11th 2016

thank you a lot very helpful

Tuesday, February 23rd 2016

Thank you Adam.

Tuesday, March 8th 2016

Thank you Adam I didn’t know I would get a perfect score. I used to to be unsure about phrasal verbs.
Are phrasal verbs the same as idioms?

Friday, March 11th 2016

Hi, I love to study English and I need help.

Tuesday, March 22nd 2016

thanks … it is very useful for me

Monday, April 25th 2016

I scored 9/10.. I am happy my score. Thanks.

Monday, May 30th 2016

i scored 10. But i doubted myself on the question 8( even though i made it through)…so i would like to know how to properly use to get past.

Friday, June 10th 2016

Great lesson Adam, but I didn’t know what meant “Get past”, but everything it’s okay now kkk’

Wednesday, June 15th 2016

i`m confused about phrasal verb “get past”.
There`s no dictionary explaining the meaning of it

Is “Get past” a synonym for “Get over”? (overcome)

Thursday, June 16th 2016

Hi,

Great lesson! But I was wondering the use of get in different situations such us:

Did you get to manage the problem at the airport?

instead of using just manage. I’ve heard this a lot.

Thanks!

Friday, June 17th 2016

    That would be a great lesson! I’ll add it to the list of user requests and we’ll see if a teacher wants to do a video on it.

    In this case, “to get to (do something)” means “to be allowed to/to have the opportunity to (do something)”—doing something you wouldn’t normally be able to do. For example, “I won free tickets to the show and we got to meet the band afterwards.” “Why does she get to leave work early?”

    “Did you manage the problem at the airport?” = managing problems at the airport is part of their job.
    “Did you get to manage the problem at the airport?” = they can’t usually manage problems at the airport. Maybe their boss gave them more responsibility. Or maybe they’ve been busy all day and didn’t think they would have time to take care of the problem.

    Hope this helps!

    Friday, June 17th 2016

Great!!! perfect explanation. Now I get it. LEt me know if you guys make a video with this!

Monday, June 20th 2016

thankyou very useful quiz!

Saturday, July 9th 2016

Hi Adam. I write to tell you that I really enjoy and learn with your videos. I think it’s useful and interesting.

I have a little comment about the phrasal verb “get down” that is often use to talk about being physically, mentally, or emotionally exhausted, for example “When my best friend left the school I got down for several weeks”

Greetings from Colombia and thank you for the lessons.

Tuesday, July 12th 2016

I got 10/10.

Thursday, July 14th 2016

Interesting quiz (y)

Thursday, July 21st 2016

i got 8 marks but you didnt mention getpast in your lecture adam

Monday, July 25th 2016

off the top of my head is this idiom; “get off on the wrong foot”, i guess, sometimes this can be used thus( i learnt it from you, i tried to using it like “like this” : ) ” start off on the wrong foot…. i like this idiom…

Tuesday, July 26th 2016

You’re a great teacher Adam

Monday, August 15th 2016

I’m happy for the explanation every quiz

Monday, September 19th 2016
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