№67 по английскому языку за 9 класс Л.М. Лапицкая, Н.В. Демченко, А.В. Волков
авторы: Л.М. Лапицкая, Н.В. Демченко, А.В. Волков
Английский 9 класс Лапицкая страница 67
Get along (intransitive) have a good relationship with someone: Jane and John get along quite well, but Mary and Max don't even talk to each other.
Get back (intransitive) to return: When I get back from school I rest and do my homework.
Get in (intransitive) to arrive: When did you get in from Brest?
Get through (inseparable) to finish something completely; to arrive at the end of something: It took me almost two weeks to get through that book.
Get to (inseparable) to arrive at, to progress to: I can't wait to get to school.
Get together (intransitive) to meet: Let's get together tomorrow night.
Get up (intransitive) to rise to one's feet or arise from bed; to climb: Mary gets up at sunrise to go jogging every morning.
Read the article and compare your answers (ex. 2) with the information from the text. Discuss with your partner the facts you find most surprising.
Sleep is food for the brain (M03r). During sleep, important body functions and brain activity happens. Sleeping little can be harmful. You can look bad, feel bad, and you work poorly. If you don't sleep enough, you may find it difficult to get along with your family and friends and get bad marks at school. Remember: a brain that is hungry for sleep will get it, even when you don't expect it. When you do not get enough sleep, you are more likely to have an accident or illness.
teen = teenager