get on (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb get on (2).

Meaning: If two people get on, they have a good relationship and are friendly.

Synonym: get along

For example:

  • get on Mike and his dad used to fight a lot, but these days they get on really well.

  • get on with Janie's very easy to get on with. Everybody really likes her.

Quick Quiz:

Ken and Pat have always got on. They've always

a. fought a lot

b. worked together

c. been good friends

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