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- wake up / get up. We use wake up to mean to open your eyes after sleeping. Get up means to stand up from the bed.
- get dressed means to put on your clothes.
- put on means to attach or put something like clothing or accessories on your body.
- check out means to look at something in order to get information.
- get ready means to prepare.
- head out means to leave.
- get on / get off We use get on (enter) and get off (leave) to talk about public transportation. Remember! If you can stand up (like in a train, bus, ship) you can get on or get off. If you can’t stand up (like in a car or taxi) you get in or get out of (the car).
- drop by means to visit for a short time.
- pick up means to buy.
- get to means to reach; to arrive.