He didn’t let it get him down.
He was getting on in years,
But he could still get by on his pension,
get around in his wheel chair
and get up to mischief.
If it doesn’t get you down,
we can get down to business now.
After you get everything down,
we can get into the details.
It was getting on for midnight.
I was time to get on to serious business.
They had to get it over with.
They couldn’t let it get them down.
So, they got in the beer and pizza.
His unbearable English was getting him down.
He could not get by with such terrible English.
He had to get around to doing the phrasal verb quiz,
if he wanted to get ahead.
She couldn’t get about without English.
She had to get across what she wanted to say.
So she finally got down to doing the grammar quiz.
Soon she was able to get along without help.
He didn’t get along with his old bag.
She was always getting after him to mow the lawn.
It was really getting him down.
He much preferred to get on with loafing.
Hang on for dear life because
I haven’t gotten the hang of driving blindfolded yet.
He was always getting up to something.
But he never got away with it.
Then he got it! Whack! Whack!
She got by with her old dress,
until it got her down.
Then she got down to getting a new one.
She tried to get across her idea,
but he didn’t get it.
She couldn’t get around the problem
and this was getting her down.