Here is a list of phrasal verbs beginning with G.
Get around / get about
To get around is to travel a lot.
My grandfather used to get around a lot.
When news gets around, it spreads fast.
The word got around that he was a spy.
To get around a problem is to avoid the consequences of it.
People often use virtual private networks to get around geographical restrictions imposed on websites.
When you get along with somebody, you are quite friendly to them.
She does not get along with her neighbor.
To get away is to leave or escape.
The thieves got away in a stolen car.
The boy tried to catch the dragonfly, but it got away.
Get away with
To get away with something is to avoid getting punished for something wrong you did.
You can’t get away with murder.
To get back is to come back.
She got back in ten minutes.
To get something back is to recover it.
I have long stopped lending books. I never get them back.
To get by is to manage to do something with great difficulty.
As he does not earn much, he finds it difficult to get by.
Get in / get into
To get in is to enter a place.
Get into the car. I am taking you to the doctor.