字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Verb Phrase 128. The verb phrase today is to get away from. Yeah. Get away from has a lot of different meanings. And today we're going to cover five different meanings and give five examples. So one example for each meaning. All right. Let's look at the first meaning. Let's look at first meaning is to get away from a place. Okay. So here's the first example. Let's get away from this area. There is a bad odor. You know, like a really bad smell around here. So let's let's leave this area because it smells too terrible. So you're getting away from the place. All right. Let's look at number two. To begin to talk about other things rather than what you should be talking about. So here you're probably getting away from a subject or you're getting away from a topic. It's another way we use it. Let's look at the second example. Maybe somebody's going to be giving a speech. When you tell them focus on the main points of your speech. Don't get away from the main topic. So in this sense. Don't get off topic. Don't get away from the topic. This is another way we use get away from. All right. Let's look at number three here. To start doing things differently or thinking differently. You want to get away from some sort of behavior or maybe even the way that you think. So let's look at number three. I want to get away from eating fast food. I need to start a healthier diet. So here you're getting away from a certain type of behavior. So you're trying to change you want to do things differently you're getting away from your old habits , your old behavior. All right. Let's look at number four. To avoid being caught by someone.Well this is probably the most common one for it. To get away from. So let's look at number four. The suspect got away from the police. Yeah. They didn't catch him. He got away. He didn't get caught. That's one way that we used to get away from. You get away from somebody. You slipped away. They could not catch you. And let's look at number five. Talk about an unpleasant fact that cannot be changed. Okay. So let's look at the example. We cannot get away from the government's debt problem. They're going to have to deal with it sooner or later. Yeah. So you know some political pundit or some economists might say this in an article. Yeah. They they can't get away from this problem. They can't just make it disappear. It's not going to go away on its own. Somebody's going to have to fix it. So in this sense, just like the definition says. You're talking about something that's unpleasant. An unpleasant fact that cannot be changed, especially one that you probably should already start dealing with. Okay. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.