(I am) ready: (Je suis) prêt
to get ready: se préparer
"To get ready" is always followed by a verb in the full infinitive form : "Drivers, get ready to start your engines !"
- "I'll be ready for tomorrow!"
- "Narrator : Bruno eventually perfected his skills of interpretation until he was ready to take on the ultimate challenge: the dolphin."
- "He was one of the first to use black runway models in his shows, and his "ready to wear" lines of clothing democratized fashion for the masses."
- "My classmates and I are taking a huge step forward today, ready to take the leap from high school into the "real world"."
- "Got a whole lot of money that's ready to burn."
- "Harold : Is everyone ready?"
- "Brian : After listening to you snoring for twelve hours, I think I'm ready for a martini."
- "When you are ready, the tree will find you."
- "When the time came for revolution, General Oléré was ready."
- "I'm ready for a drink."
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