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Hi, is the way get in and get there are explained correctly in the image?

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mezzopianois the way get in and get there are explained correctly in the image?
Are "get in" and "get there" explained correctly in the image?

Yes. Those verbs are used as illustrated in the image.

CJ

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I thought "get in" is usually used in this types of sentence: I can't get in the building because I don't have the key.

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There are better and more complete definitions, including yours, here: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/get-in

I always go to the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary first for phrasal verbs. "Get in" and most phrasals, I guess, have various meanings depending on context.

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mezzopiano

I thought "get in" is usually used in this types of sentence: I can't get in the building because I don't have the key.

Yes. That's another usage, where "get in" is followed by a noun.

"get" has more meanings and uses than almost any other word in English. My dictionary has 53 definitions! As a learner, you should not be alarmed to find yet another way to use "get". I'm a native speaker, and I can't list all the usages of "get" without consulting a dictionary. Emotion: smile

CJ

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