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Verb: get into
Meaning: to be accepted.
How did you get into Harvard?
Did Tom really get into Harvard?
Did I tell you I got into Harvard?
It’s possible that Tom will get into Harvard.
It looks like Tom is going to get into Harvard.
I can’t believe that you actually got into Harvard.
Tom doesn’t think he’s smart enough to get into Harvard.
Tom was shocked to hear that Mary had gotten into Harvard.
What do you think Tom’s chances of getting into Harvard are?
Tom heard through the grapevine that Mary had gotten into Harvard.
Tom’s parents were disappointed that he couldn’t get into Harvard.
Tom never for one moment imagined that he’d be able to get into Harvard.
I’ll never forget the look on Tom’s face when I told him he had gotten into Harvard.
Tom was disappointed that he couldn’t get into Harvard.
Tom hasn’t yet heard anything definite about whether he got into Harvard or not.
I worked hard to get into my preferred school.
He got into this school in September last year.
She had the good fortune to get into the school she wanted to.
Many students compete to get into the best universities.
If you keep your grades up, you’ll get into a good university.
Only if you study hard will you be able to get into university.
I’m almost certain that Tom will get into the university of his choice.
I’m almost certain that Tom will get into the university that he wants.
I was going to try to get into Tokyo University, but I’ve changed my mind.
Meaning: to become involved.
I hope that none of them got into an accident.
We got into an accident shortly before the play.
She’s been GETTING INTO dance music recently.
Now I know why people get into so many car accidents when it rains.
We had arranged to meet at 10, but, even now, I have had any contact from them at all. You don’t think they got into an accident somewhere or something?
As the days passed by, we began to understand what kind of problem we had got into.
Tom got into trouble.
I got into trouble.
Don’t get into trouble.
You’ll get into trouble.
How did you get into trouble?
I don’t want to get into trouble.
How did we get into so much trouble?
I don’t want her to get into trouble.
I don’t want him to get into trouble.
I don’t want Tom to get into trouble.
Tom doesn’t want to get into trouble.
Tom never got into any trouble at all.
My mom told me not to get into trouble.
Watch your step or you’ll get into trouble.
Tom has a long history of getting into trouble.
If you don’t look out, you will get into trouble.
You’ll get into trouble if your parents find out.
Tom promised Mary that he wouldn’t get into trouble.
You’ll get into trouble if you spend time with him
It’s amazing how much trouble Tom is able to get into.
I got into trouble with the police by driving too fast.
Any trouble Tom’s ever gotten into was caused by alcohol.
I always put off doing my homework and get into trouble.
I got into trouble with the police for driving too fast.
Those children always get into trouble with their parents.
I’m warning you because I hate for you to get into trouble.
When he got into trouble, he turned to his parents for help.
It’s just a matter of time before Tom gets into trouble again.
It’s only a matter of time before Tom gets into trouble again.
The main reason kids tell lies is to avoid getting into trouble.
You will get into trouble if your girlfriend finds out the truth.
Keep a close eye on Tom and make sure he doesn’t get into any trouble.
If only you had stayed with us, you wouldn’t have gotten into trouble.
Drink driving is a surefire way to get into trouble with the police.
If our advice had been acted upon, you would not have got into trouble.
I’m telling you you’re going to get into trouble if you’re not careful.
If I’d been able to speak French then, I wouldn’t have gotten into trouble.
More people get into trouble for things they say rather than for what they do.
Tom’s parents sent him to Boston because he kept getting into trouble in Chicago.
Tom got into a fight at school today.
Meaning: to enter.
We got into a car.
Tom got into the car.
Bob got into his car.
Tom got into his car.
Tom got into Mary’s car.
Please get into the car.
They all got into the car.
Everyone got into the car.
All of us got into the car.
Let me get into the car first.
Tom got into the car with Mary.
Tom and Mary got into their car.
He got into the car and drove off.
He got into his car in a hurry.
She got into the car and drove off.
Tom got into his car and drove off.
Dan got into his car and drove off.
Tom got into the car and drove away.
Tom got into his car and drove away.
The president is getting into the car.
We got into his car and went to the sea.
Tom said he saw Mary get into John’s car.
Tom got into the car and slammed the door.
Tom got into his car and slammed the door.
The child was scared to get into the water.
Tom got into his car and quickly drove off.
Tom got into the car and started the engine.
Tom got into the car and slammed the door shut.
Tom got into the car with Mary and they drove away.
Tom was about to get into his car when he was shot.
Tom got into the driver’s seat and started the car.
Tom got into his car, closed the door and drove away.
Tom blew Mary a kiss, got into his car and drove away.
Tom kissed Mary on the cheek and then got into his car.
Tom and Mary quickly got into their car and drove away.
She used a fake identification card to get into the bar.
Tom got into his car, started the engine, and drove away.
Tom broke the door window, reached inside, unlocked the door and got into the car.
They were the first to get into the bus.
If you hurry, you can grant your luggage and get into the plane.
They got into the train.
How did you get into my house?
How did you get into the house?
Tom tried to get into the house.
Tom got into the house through a window.
We’ll have to pick the lock to get into the house.
Tom got into the house by shinning up a drainpipe.
I had barely got into the house when the phone rang.
The fly got into the house through a hole in the flyscreen.
The fire was so intense that the firemen couldn’t get into the house.
Would you mind telling me how you got into my office?
I cannot get into this office if the manager is not here.
How did Tom get into Mary’s office?
Why don’t you get into the pool?
How did you get into my room?
How did you get into our room?
Please, get into the meeting room.
Tom tried to get into the locked room.
How on earth did you get into our room?
She got into the room with hushed steps.
The door was locked, so I couldn’t get into the room anyway.
Tom locked the door so only him and others with keys can get into the room.
Meaning: Be accepted or admitted
She did well and GOT INTO Cambridge University.
Meaning: Become or be accepted as a member
He GOT INTO the first team for football.
Meaning: Start a habit or way of acting or behaving
It took me ages to GET INTO driving on the left.
Meaning: Be small enough to wear something
I couldn’t GET INTO the boots.
Meaning: Criticise
He GOT INTO me for doing it badly.