could you please tell me the difference between "get through it", "get through with it" and "get over it"?
To me, "get through" it and "get over it" sound the same, but I feel that "get through with it" is different. It sounds like an urge to complete something quickly. Yet I am not sure.
Can you please explain it to me? Thank you very much in advance! ;o)
"get through it" Means to complete a task; usually a difficult one.
Originally Posted by Unregistered
I am taking a quantum physics class next semester; I hope to get through it.
"get over it" Means to stop worrying about something; usually something negative. I am still angry about last week's game. (Other person replies: get over it)
"Get through with it" I do not believe this combination is often used.
But it means to finish a difficult task.
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