Could you please shed some light on this? Am I right in interpreting the following?
to get behind with = be late in paying instalments for something.
" get behind with" is not only used for payments. It can be used for work and many other things.
Don't get behind with the payments, otherwise you will lose your car.
to get behind = postpone something you could do in time. It's not necessarily because you postpond it.
Maybe it's because you were just too busy.
Don't get behind with your homework, otherwise you won't go up to the next level.
"Don't get behind with......., otherwise......." is not correct grammar.
'Don't get behind with your payments, or you will lose your car.'
'Keep up with your payments, otherwise you will lose your car.'
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