Get Along With – One Point English Phrasal Verb Lesson

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Get Along With!
When you get along with someone you have a good relationship with that person.

  • Jack gets along with all of his coworkers.
  • I get along well with my boss.
  • Jenny said she doesn’t get along with her neighbors.

Who do you get along with these days? Leave your example in the comments.

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