Did you know that you can get ahead or get behind? You can get along with someone, get around, get around to doing something and even get away. Let’s study together.
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- If you study English every day, you’ll certainly get ahead.
- According to my boss, the best way to get ahead in this company is to come to work on time and to work hard.
- If you spend too much time on social media you’re going to get behind in your studying.
- I had so many meetings this week that I got behind in my other work.
- My coworkers and I get along That’s because we all love our work.
- Eddie said that he doesn’t get along with his new boss.
- In New York City it’s easy to get around by subway or by bus.
- That countryside town is so small you can get around on foot.
- Last weekend I finally got around to weeding my garden.
- Donna asked her son when he was going to get around to his homework.
- The police caught one robber, but the other two got away.
- It’s not very busy in the office this month, so I’m hoping to get away for a few days next week.
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