Hey guys it’s Michael here from Happy English and I’m back with another podcast English lesson. I hope 2020 is starting out to be a great year for you. It was -5 Celsius here in New York City this morning, I guess winter is really here. Something else that’s really here is the podcast transcripts from episode one through episode 525. To get yours, just head over to my happy English.com and check out episode 530.
Today I’d like to take a look at the phrasal verb get together. This is an interesting phrasal verb that has several different meanings, so for today’s English lesson, let’s check them out.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details.
- We get together with our friends every Saturday.
- Jenny invited ten friends to get together at her house.
- Let’s get together for lunch tomorrow.
- My parents got together when they were working at the same company.
- Laurie and Nick got together in college.
- Kate and her boyfriend got together just a few months ago, but they’re already talking about getting married.
- The mayor got together several local business leaders for a meeting at City Hall.
- The organizers of this conference got together several marketing experts.
- The company got together several engineers to work out the problem.
- I got together the sales figures from last year for the sales meeting.
- I got together everything I needed for studying and went to the library.
- Before you start cooking you should get all of the ingredients together.
- After the divorce, Tommy decided to live with his brother in order to get his life together.
- That guy has been drinking too much these days. He really needs to get it together.
- The politicians keep changing their opinions about taxes. When are they going to get it together.
- The company tried twice unsuccessfully to launch their product, but they just can’t get it together.
- Everyone is hoping that the government can get it together about the environment.
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