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    #1

    to be a bit more together

    Is this sentence grammatical?

    You'll have to be a bit more together when you have kids.
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    Together : Being a 'together' person can mean having well-organised ideas, or being sensible and confident, usually used in the negative sense.
    "He's not very together."
    "Get it together, man."

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=together
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    10. Informal. emotionally stable and well organized: a very together person.

    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/together

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    Re: to be a bit more together

    It's grammatical.

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