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Intermediate English Vocabulary Master 'to get'

Intermediate English Vocabulary: Master 'to get'
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Duration: 2 hours | Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Practice and learn how to use the key to the English language: 'To get.'


What you'll learn

You will understand and be able to use the five uses of 'to get', naturally in conversation.
You will learn the 7 main phrasal verbs with 'to get' for relationships, organising, speaking about a subject and crime.
You will learn the phrasal verbs 'to get in', 'to get out', 'to get on', 'to get off' to talk about entering and exiting small spaces.
You will learn how to use 'to get' with grammar to express a process, that you are accustoming yourself to something, and in passive voice.

Requirements

Intermediate knowledge of English

Description

'To get' is the key to the English language. You'll find it in most English sentences. But why?

The reason is that, 'to get' expresses so many different things.

We use it in vocabulary, to express five different concepts as well as multiple phrasal verbs.

We also use it in grammar, by adding it to certain verbs and adjectives, to change the meaning of a sentence.

For this reason, if you learn 'to get' you will see a dramatic improvement in your English. You will suddenly be able to express hundreds of different ideas, naturally, as you do in your native language.

This is why I created Intermediate English vocabulary: Master 'to get

What Intermediate English vocabulary: Master 'to get', gives you:

2 hours of lessons.

10 interactive quizzes.

Transcripts for every lesson in PDF which you can download and keep.

Example translations for almost every lesson in Spanish, French, Italian and German.

1000s of real world examples for every grammar point.

SPEAKING practice with every lesson.

What will I learn?

You will improve your English fluency and express English more naturally, by learning:

The 5 meanings of 'to get'

How to use the phrasal verbs 'to get in', 'to get out', 'to get on', 'to get off to' for entering and exiting small spaces.

The 7 other main phrasal verbs with 'to get' which for relationships, organising, speaking about a subject and crime.

How to use 'to get' to express a process such as: 'She is getting tired.'

How to use 'to get' with passive voice with common expressions such as: 'I get paid at the end of the month'.

How to use other verbs that express change: 'To become', 'to turn', 'to turn', 'to turn into' and 'to go.'

Other confusing verbs and prepositions in English, such as the difference between: 'To take' and 'to last', 'to say' and 'to tell' and 'as' and 'like.'

Come and join me on this course and learn how to use 'to get' like a native.

Who is the target audience?

Students who want to understand and use correctly, the most common verb in English 'to get.'
Students who want to improve their fluency
Students who want to pass the another B2/C1 English exam such as the Cambridge FCE or CAE exam
Students who want to pass the another B2/C1 English exam such as the Cambridge FCE or CAE exam

Intermediate English Vocabulary Master 'to get'


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