Get up V1 V2 V3 Form, Get up Past Simple, Simple Past Tense of Get up, Past Participle Of Get up
V1 V2 V3 Form Of Get up
Synonyms of Get up;awake, arise, scale, rise and shine
Please, just get up.
I have to get up early.
We must get up at dawn.
I always get up at six.
Alex must get up early.
What time do you get up?
I usually get up at eight.
When do you usually get up?
It is time for you to get up.
We don’t have to get up early.
When does Rita usually get up?
I got up at seven.
He got up early in the morning.
Frank got up and left the room.
I got up very early this morning.
My sister got up and left the room.
Hank got up and started to walk away.
The princess got up and went to her room.
He got up early in order to catch the plane.
I got up from the chair and opened the door.
I got up early in the morning but you didn’t get up early.
For 50 years, acting was the reason I got up in the morning.
Samuel got up early the next morning to catch the first bus.
He suddenly got up and said I promise you I will find the money.