How do you use GET in English as a phrasal verb?

source: Go Natural English     2014年8月28日
‘Get’ can be paired up with a lot of prepositions. Here a just a few examples.
‘Get out of the bus’ or ‘Get out of the room’
This means to literally leave a space or location.
You could also say, ‘Get out of’ which means to avoid something. ‘I need to get out of this ‘Get on the train’ This is the opposite of ‘Get out’.
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