How to Conjugate Get Up
- Infinitive: Get Up
- Present Tense: Get Up/ Gets Up
- -ing Form: Getting Up
- Past Tense: Got Up
- Past Participle: Gotten Up
Definitions of Get Up:
1. To move to a higher level/position.
Examples: When does your mother get up from Atlanta?
Sorry, I haven’t had a chance to get up to the attic yet.
2. To rise from your bed.
Examples: What time do you usually get up?
I didn’t want to get up this morning.
3. To change your posture from lying or sitting to standing.
Examples: Get up from the couch and help me with housework.
Sir, can you please get up and let this lady have a seat?
4. To meet with someone.
Examples: Let’s get up later this week for dinner or something.
Farah and Vina get up every week for happy hour.
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