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    correct order

    Which sentence is the correct one please.

    I get on really well with her.

    I get on with her really well.

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    #2

    Re: correct order

    Quote Originally Posted by alicanteman View Post
    Which sentence is the correct one please.

    I get on really well with her.

    I get on with her really well.
    They are both ok.

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    Re: correct order

    Both are fine.

    Personally, I would use I get along with her really well.

    If I wanted to emphasize how well we got along or that it is a surprise we would get along, then I would change the order to I get along really well with her, so that the listener would hear that part first and hopefully notice that I'm emphasizing it and that it's notable that we would get along that well or so well.

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