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  1. Sven71
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    Question Get on

    Hello,

    What would someone mean if he said ' I had better get on eith some work' and it is right to say ' I had better go get on with somework'


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  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: Get on

    Sven, welcome.

    EX: I had better get on with some work.

    "get on" means, continue on; do.

    EX: I had better go (and) get on with some work. <correct>

    Two events: (1) Go, (2) Continue on; Do.
    Note, and is often omitted.

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