Mar 2, 2017

GET UP; GET somebody UP

3 cards
, 13 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. What time do you have to get up tomorrow?
    2. Hurry up! It’s time to get up!
    3. It’s 8.30 and Mark’s still in bed. I’d better go and get him up.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • What is the opposite of ‘get up’? Choose one answer.
        • stop sleeping
        • go to bed
        • get out of bed

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • She got up.
        • She got her son up.
        • She got up her son.
        • She got him up.
        • She got up him.
        • He was got up.

    • Answer these questions, using ‘get up’ in each case.
      • A: What time do you usually get up during the week?
        B: I usually 7 a.m.
        A: What about at the weekend?
        B: At the weekend 8 a.m.
        A: And this morning?
        B: 6 a.m.
        A: What about tomorrow?
        B: I think I’ll 6.30 a.m.

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