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    get into groups

    A teacher talked to the students, "Let's get into groups". Is there any verb having the same meaning of "get into?

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    Re: get into groups

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    Form, Assemble, Consolidate, Accumulate, Amass, Convene, Condense and many more.
    In the context of getting into groups, only the first is possible.

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