English proverb of the day

"The negative side of the American Dream comes when people pursue success at any cost, which in turn destroys the vision and the dream "

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    (02:10:17 AM 26/03/2014)

     A reader asked about all of the different ways that "get" is used in English. Here are links to dozens of PhraseMix lessons which include the word "get", broken into different categories. 

    I'm sure I've missed some, so if you think of any other uses of "get" that aren't on these lists, let me know in the comments.

    "Get" meaning "receive" or "have"

    "Get" meaning "become":

    "Get" meaning "go", "come", or "arrive":

    "Get" meaning "understand":

    "Getting something done" for you:

    To "get to" do something:

    "Get" used in the passive form, for something bad that happens to someone:

    Phrasal verbs using "get"

    Idioms using "get":

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