Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Got"

I got it.
He got angry.
She got angry.
I got divorced.
She got up late.
They got married.
I got a flat tire.
I got up at seven.
She's got a point.
We got up at dawn.
I got a new camera.
I got up about five.
I have got to go now.
I've got a good idea.
She got him to drive.
Tom got a little pie.
He got a lot of money.
I got out of the taxi.
I got up at about six.
My sister got engaged.
She got him a new hat.
He got the first prize.
I got a traffic ticket.
I got on the wrong bus.
She got engaged to him.
She got married to him.
They got into the boat.
He finally got his wish.
He got through his work.
I got on the wrong train.
I got this book from him.
She got him into trouble.
The train got in on time.
I got some sand in my eye.
I got him to repair my car.
I've got to catch some Z's.
She got no answer from him.
She got the money from him.
He got a loan from the bank.
He got engaged to my cousin.
I got a shave and a haircut.
My older sister got engaged.
Tom got a little bit of pie.
I got the ticket for nothing.
Tom got a small piece of pie.
Tom heard this and got angry.
I got the money back from him.
Tom got angry at the children.
We got there at the same time.
When the bus came, she got on.
Dick got in a traffic accident.
He got into his car in a hurry.
I finally got across the river.
I got over it. You should, too.
I think you've got what I need.
I've got a bad case of jet lag.
Tom got first prize, didn't he?
We've really got to step on it.
He got off at the next bus stop.
I got my son to repair the door.
He was worn out when he got home.
I got a lot of mail this morning.
I've got as much money as he has.
She got married at the age of 25.
We got behind the car and pushed.
We got up at four in the morning.
He applied for the job and got it.
He was exhausted when he got home.
It was quite dark when I got home.
She got him to eat his vegetables.
She got on her bike and rode away.
Sorry, I've got my hands full now.
The thief got away with the money.
It began to rain before I got home.
She got into the car and drove off.
She got to the hotel late at night.
She got up at seven in the morning.
I got a fishbone stuck in my throat.
I got acquainted with her in France.
I got tired of lying in bed all day.
I got up at six-thirty this morning.
The old woman got hurt when she fell.
He got fired for slacking off at work.
He got lost while walking in the woods.
Mike got back from the library at five.
Tom's way of speaking got on my nerves.
Her older sister got married last month.
I finally got hold of that book I wanted.
I got a lot of insect bites in the woods.
I'm sorry to hear that you got a divorce.
She got married when she was twenty-five.
You've got a good head on your shoulders.
She got him to drive all the way to Boston.
She successfully got him to tell the truth.
He got over the shock of his father's death.
I got a letter from an old friend yesterday.
Tom got angry with the high school students.
She got a piece of bread stuck in her throat.
She got over the shock of her father's death.
I got up early in order to attend the meeting.
It was late at night when Tom finally got home.
She started kissing him as soon as he got home.
The man got mad when his wife called him names.
All the passengers got seasick during the storm.
I have got to leave here early tomorrow morning.
She got him to do anything she wanted him to do.
You've got to give up gambling once and for all.
I got to the bus stop just after the bus had left.
I just got up. Give me a few minutes to get ready.
She got him to do everything she wanted him to do.
I can't believe that you actually got into Harvard.
I don't think that I deserved the punishment I got.
Bill got up early in order to catch the first train.
When I got to school, the race had already finished.
He caught the first train and got there just in time.
When I got home, I noticed that I had lost my wallet.
The train had already left when they got to the station.
It seems like you got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.
After I graduated from college, I got a job with my father's company.
After I got married, my Japanese got better and I could understand more.
I learned to drive a car and got a driver's license when I was eighteen.
She got the money from him even though he said that he wouldn't give it to her.
For some reason, people have been avoiding me like the plague ever since I got back from India.


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