We usually _____ early and go for a walk.

Aget up

Bgot up

Chave got up

Dgetting up


A. get up


  • "Get up/എഴുന്നേല്‍ക്കുക" is a phrasal verb that means to rise from a lying or sitting position, or simply to leave one's bed or chair.
  • eg: The class got up when the teacher came in.
  • "Got up" is the past tense of "get up." 
  • "Have got up" is the present perfect tense. 
  • "Getting up" is the present participle form.

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