In this video you will learn the phrasal verb "get along with someone". This phrasal verb is extremely common at B1 level and above, so you should start using it as soon as possible.
GET - Phrasal verb: Get along (with someone) - Level: B1 and above - Meaning: have a friendly relationship with someone - Examples: "I get along with my flatmates, we do a lot of things together." "My brother and I aren’t best friend, but we get along just fine."
- Synonym: Get on (well/badly) (with someone)
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