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19 / 01 / 2005

TO GET AHEAD: meaning and examples

Good morning. Today we are continuing with our topic of GET expressions related to work. Today's expression is: to get ahead It means: to make more progress or be more successful than another person or other people. Example 1: I'd like to get ahead at work, but I feel that there aren't many opportunities for promotion. Example 2: Frank is absolutely ruthless (despiadado) and he'll do anything he can to get ahead. Remember, if you make English a daily habit, it will be easy for you to get ahead in your learning! If you have any questions about this expression, don't hesitate to contact me. I hope you have a good day!