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    get along (well) with my family

    Is it "I get along with my family" or "I get along well with my family"? Or are both sentences correct and does the second sentence express that one has a (very) good relationship with his/her family ?

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    Re: get along (well) with my family

    Quote Originally Posted by birgit33 View Post
    Is it "I get along with my family" or "I get along well with my family"? Or are both sentences correct and does the second sentence express that one has a (very) good relationship with his/her family ?
    Both are correct and I agree with your interpretation of the second sentence.

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