Vocabulary enhancement is something that all language learners should look into quite consciously. To be very precise, it is what learning a language is all about too. Knowing about new types of expressions makes our learning process more fruitful.
In this series of learning English, let’s talk about phrasal verbs that start with “get” and “call”.
To begin with, let’s take “get” into consideration first and figure out some of its uses.
Get can be interpreted as follows:
1. To receive something.
कोई चीज़ मिल जाना।
2. To succeed in attaining something.
किसी चीज़ को पाने में सफल हो जाना।
Now let’s discuss some of the phrasal verbs which start with the verb “get”.
1. Get in
To enter a place, especially by force or trick.
To succeed in saying something.
किसी जगह प्रवेश करना; खासकर बल या धोखे से।
अपनी बात को कहने में सफ़ल होना।
All of us were allowed to get in the crew cabin to understand the full working of the flight.
2. Get on
To continue doing work or progress with work.
किसी भी काम को जारी रखना।
Aren’t you able to get on with your work?
3. Get away
To escape/ flee from something.
बच के निकालना।
Never get away from the tough times in life, face them with full courage.
4. Get back
Come back or return.
I will get back to you after I complete my work.
5. Get off
To escape punishment.
किसी सज़ा से बच के निकल जाना।
“He used to get off easily,” said one of my friends.
6. Get through
To undergo tough times or some difficult situations.
कठिन परिस्थितियों से जूझना।
We got through those problems by asking for help from our seniors.
7. Get over
To recover from illness.
To recover from a setback.
The economy seems to get over the damage that it had to face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
8. Get into
Deal with anything quite extensively or be involved in something.
किसी चीज़ में अत्यधिक व्यस्थ रहना।
Youngsters are getting into social media for a longer period, according to research.
9. Get around
Persuade others to allow you to do the work of your desire.
किसी से कोई बात मनवाना।
Ritcher is getting around his parents to buy him an iPhone.
10. Get ahead
आगे बढ़ना, उन्नति करना।
One should dream to get ahead in one’s life.
Now in the next section, we will learn some phrasal verbs starting with the verb “call”.
Meaning of Call
To beckon someone.
किसी को बुलाना।
Given below are the phrasal verbs that start with “Call”.
1. Call off
To cancel something
रद्द कर देना।
Considering the convenience of the team, the meeting was called off today.
2. Call for
Something which is demanded.
किसी चीज़ की मांग करना।
“We are calling for new recruitments in our team,” said the team leader.
3. Call after
To name someone after something.
किसी वस्तु विशेष पर किसी का नाम रखना।
Monsoons are called after the name of birds.
4. Call in
To call someone for help.
मदद के लिए किसी को बुलाना।
We are calling in the heart specialist to examine the patient more minutely.
5. Call on
To go for a visit.
किसी से मिलने जाना।
My family is calling on to your house this weekend.
6. Call out
Beckon someone to deal with something
किसी को कोई आपातकाल में मदद के लिए बुलाना।
The nurse called out the doctor to examine the suffocating patient.
7. Call forth
Seek or create a specified response.
ऐसी चीज़ जिसपर प्रतिक्रिया व्यक्त हो।
The great speech he gave, called forth the audience to give him a big round of applause.
8. Call back
To give a phone call to someone who had called you before.
दुबारा से किसी को कॉल करना।
I will give you a call back as soon as I am free from the meeting.
9. Call up
To gather someone for a rebellion
युद्ध के लिए लोगों को इकट्ठा करना।
The army commander called up his battalion for launching an attack after the ceasefire violation.
10. Call round
A short visit.
एक छोटी सी मुलाकात करना।
He will call around in the evening to take his laptop bag.
Expressions and ideas come to mind, even more, when a learner reads from diverse sources available either online or in physical mode. As a beginner, to start with your learning journey what you require is complete devotion to know the language quite appropriately.
One can look into reading materials like newspapers, textbooks, and different other sources to know more about such phrasal verbs. The more you read the better would be your thought process which would eventually help you to speak English fluently.
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