Phrasal Verbs play an important role in speaking and writing. Learning a lot of them can help you make precise sentences that may sound natural in communication. While there are numerous categories or topic for phrasal verbs, we are going to cover some useful phrasal verbs related to travel and their meanings:
- Get away – To leave and go somewhere for a break or holiday.
- Get around – To travel to different places, especially by public transport.
- Get back – To return to a place where you have been before.
- Get lost – To become unable to find your way.
- Get on – To board a vehicle or train.
- Get off – To leave a vehicle or train.
- Get out – To leave a building or vehicle.
- Go on holiday – To travel to a different place for a period of time, usually for pleasure.
- Pack your bags – To gather your belongings in preparation for a journey.
- See the world – To travel to many different places.
- Set out– To begin a journey.
- Take a trip – To travel to a different place for a short period of time.
- Travel light – To pack only the essentials when traveling.
Here are some examples of how these phrasal verbs that can be used in sentences:
- I’m getting away from it all by going on a trip to the beach.
- I’m having trouble getting around the city without a car.
- I’m looking forward to getting back home after my long trip.
- I got lost in the city and had to ask for directions.
- I got on the train and headed to the airport.
- I got off the bus and walked to my hotel.
- I got out of the taxi and went inside the restaurant.
- I’m going on holiday to Europe next month.
- I’ve already packed my bags for my trip.
- I can’t wait to see the world and experience new cultures.
- I will set out for New Delhi tomorrow.
- I’m taking a trip to New York City next week.
- I’m traveling light so I don’t have to worry about lost luggage.
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