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Get On - is used for some we can stand on, or something we are on top of
- I have to get on the roof, so I can fix the leak.
- What train do we need to get on?
- We are ready to get on the stage.
- How many people can get on the boat.
Get In - is used when we are inside something
- The girls should get in the house, because it is raining.
- The children need to get in the car, since we have a long drive.
- We need to get in in kitchen, because they need help cooking.
- Are you going to get in the bus?
Note - If you can stand, than get in and get in are interchange, example: bus, train, or plane.
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