Mar 2, 2017

GET OFF; GET OFF something

7 cards
, 21 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. Is this where we get off?
    2. Your bike’s got a flat tyre. You’d better get off and walk.
    3. The teenager was last seen getting off a train in Liverpool.
    4. The bus stopped and three people got off it.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Which one of the following means the same as to ‘get off a train’?
        • to leave a train
        • to board a train
        • to travel on a train

      • Which of the following can you get off?
        • a horse
        • a train
        • a car
        • a plane
        • a bicycle
        • a ship
        • a truck
        • a tram

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • He got off.
        • He got the train off.
        • He got off the train.
        • He got it off.
        • He got off it.
        • The train was got off.

    • Complete these sentences with the correct form of ‘get off’ and an object (a noun or a pronoun) where necessary:
      • There was a problem at the airport when we landed, and they wouldn’t let us

        • You can ask the driver where (you, should)

          • Sorry I’m late. I at the wrong stop, and had to walk. (bus)

            • You can’t cycle here! at once! (your buke)

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