Phrasal Verb: Get on

Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Continue doing something

Example: The teacher asked the pupils to GET ON with some work quietly as she had to leave the classroom.

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Enter a bus, train, plane, etc.

Example: We GOT ON the train at Plymouth and went up to London.

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Make progress, deal with something with a reasonable degree of success

Example: How are you GETTING ON with your Spanish lessons?

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Have a good relationship

Example: We have always GOT ON well.

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Become old, age

Example: He's GETTING ON now and doesn't work so hard.

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Be late or near an arranged time

Example: I must get home now; it's GETTING ON.

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Wear, fit

Example: I have put so much weight on that I couldn't GET my old suits ON.

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Phrasal Verb: Get on


Meaning: Leave

Example: I must be GETTING ON; I have other things to do this evening.

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