Mar 2, 2017

GET ON

6 cards
, 25 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. Do you get on with all the people you work with?
    2. Sarah and I got on well, and I missed her when she left.
    3. She’s not getting on very well with her parents at the moment.
    4. How are you and Peter getting on?
    5. The three children get on very well together.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Use one of the words below to complete this meaning of ‘get on’:
        to have a  . . . 
        friendly
        relationship with somebody
        • bad
        • friendly
        • family
        • difficult

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • They get on.
        • They get on well.
        • They get on their colleagues.
        • They get on with their colleagues.
        • Their colleagues are got on well with.

    • Match the two halves to make complete sentences:
      • My next-door neighbour and I  . . . 
        don’t get on at all
        .
        • but we’re very different
        • with my mother than my father
        • with my sister-in-law
        • don’t get on at all

      • My brother and I get on quite well  . . . 
        but we’re very different
        .
        • but we’re very different
        • with my mother than my father
        • with my sister-in-law
        • don’t get on at all

      • I’ve always got on very well  . . . 
        with my sister-in-law
        .
        • but we’re very different
        • with my mother than my father
        • with my sister-in-law
        • don’t get on at all

      • I used to get on better  . . . 
        with my mother than my father
        .
        • but we’re very different
        • with my mother than my father
        • with my sister-in-law
        • don’t get on at all

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