Vocabulary beginning with G - list learning English basics
What will I learn from the English lesson a list vocabulary beginning with G ?
This lesson is a list of vocabulary beginning with G to help when you are unsure what type of word it is. It is important not to try and remember the vocabulary, but just to use the list as a reference guide to help you.
How do I use this English book of vocabulary ?
Click on each letter of the alphabet to get the list of the idioms with an explanation of each.
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Vocabulary beginning with G
• an art gallery
• gain experience
• a gas cooker
• to put some gas in the car (Am Eng)
(Br Eng: petrol)
get along (with) (phr v)
• How do you get along with Harry?
get back (phr v)
• When did you get back from New
get down (phr v)
• Get down at once!
• Did you get all the notes down?
get in (phr v)
• Can you get in through the window?
get off (phr v)
• We get off at the next stop.
get on (phr v)
• Get your coat on and then we can
• How are you getting on now?
get on (with) (phr v)
• She got on with her work.
• I'm getting on well with French.
• Do you get on well with Sam?
get rid of (phr v)
get up (phr v)
• What time do you get up in the
give back (phr v)
• Give me back this book on Tuesday,
give in (phr v)
• Have you given in your homework yet?
• Do you give in?
give out (phr v)
• Will you give out these papers for me,
give up (phr v)
• Has David given up playing tennis?
give way (phr v)
• You must give way to traffic at a
glance (n & v)
glasses (n pl)
global warming (n)
go for (phr v)
• He went for the job.
• The dog went for the man.
go off (phr v)
• They went off to Australia.
• Suddenly the lights went off.
go on (phr v)
• The meeting went on until six o'clock.
• What's going on?
go out (phr v)
• The fire has gone out.
• Are you going out with Thomas
go with (phr v)
• Your tie doesn't go with your shirt.
gold (adj & n)
• The film was very good.
• to be good at maths
goods (n pl)
govern (v) Page 15
• He was given a grant to study in
grill (n & v)
ground (adj & n)
group (n & v)
grow up (phr v)
• Children grow up fast.
guard (n & v)
guess (n & v)
guide (n & v)
• chewing gum
• sore gums
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