Business English phrases 32 – perfect GET expressions

Here are some GET expressions


Get to

It got to Wednesday before we realised he was missing.

Not getting anywhere

Let’s stop for today. We’re not getting anywhere.

Getting somewhere

After a lot of work, we are finally getting somewhere with this.

Getting to be

It’s getting to be a bit of a problem.

Getting to the stage

It’s getting to the stage where we will have to sack him.

Get to a place

I got to the restaurant much to early for the meeting.

Get used to it

You get usec to working nights after a while.

Get annoyed

I got annoyed in the restaurant when the service was so slow.

Get upset

He got upset that I criticised his work.

Get sick

I got sick after being caught in the rain.

Get cold

It’s getting cold. But leave it in the fridge a bit longer.

Get a job

I need to get a new job. I’m bored.