Get up – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

1. To get up is to wake up and get out of bed.

Examples of use:

a) It’s 8 o’clock. Time to get up.

b) I want to get up early tomorrow.

c) We had a day off work yesterday so we got up very late.

d) He’s been getting up at 5am every day for years.

e) She gets up early and goes for a run every morning.

f) I get up at 7.30 every day.

2. To get up is also to stand up.

Examples of use:

a) Get up off the floor. Your clothes will get dirty.

b) He fell over when he was playing football, but quickly got up again.

get up
present simple
get up and gets up
-ing form
getting up
past simple
got up
past participle
got up

I get up at 7am. What time do you get up?

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