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Get Along - Phrasal Verb



Get Along - have a good relationship; a friendly relationship

  • My brothers get along with my husband really well.
  • My brothers and sisters did not get along when they were young.
  • My dogs get along with my cats.
  • Do you get along with your boss?
  • How do you get along with the people at work?
  • We all get along really well at work. I work with good people.
  • My mother-in-law and I get along really well.


Ancient

Alful

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Chronic

Cold Drinks

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Defriend

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Downsize

Driveless Car

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Family Members Vocabulary

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Hard Copy

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Hotspot

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"so what"

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Car Travel - Vocabulary

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