get along

This page is about the phrasal verb get along.

Meaning: If two people get along, they like each other and are friendly.

Synonym: get on

For example:

  • get along My sister and I used to fight a lot when we were kids, but we get along well these days.

  • get along with sb Lisa is a friendly, easy-going girl. She seems to get along with everybody.

Quick Quiz:

Pedro and Juan get along very well. They are

a. very busy

b. good friends

c. really fast

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Contributor: Matt Errey