If someone or something falls down when they have been in an upright position, they drop to the ground.
If you get off something that you are on, you move your body from it, usually onto the ground.
If you get out, you leave a place or a vehicle.
When someone or something gets up or gets up something, they move from a lower position or level to a higher one.
If you get up, you rise to a standing position after you have been sitting or lying down.
When you get up, or when someone gets you up, you get out of bed.
If you go back, you return to a place where you were before.
When you go in, you enter a building.
When you go into a room, building, or area, you enter it.
If you go off somewhere, you leave the place where you were, usually in order to do something.
If you keep down or if you keep your head down, you stay in a lying or low position in order to avoid being seen or attacked.
If you lay something down, you put it down on a surface.
If someone or something moves up or moves up a place, they go from a lower position to a higher one.
If someone runs in from outside a room or building, they enter it, moving fast.
To run into a place means to enter it running.
If you run on, you continue to run in the same direction.
If you run out of a room or building, you leave it, running.
If a substance runs out from somewhere, it flows from there.
If you sit down or sit yourself down, you lower your body until you are sitting on something.
If you stand up, you change your position so that you are standing rather than sitting or lying.
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