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20 / 01 / 2005

TO GET ON WITH: meaning and examples

Good morning. Today we continue with more expressions with get. Today's expression is: to get on with something It means: to continue doing something or to make progress. Example 1: If everybody stops talking at the same time, we can get on with the meeting. Example 2: I'm not getting on very well with this maths problem. I've been trying to solve it for an hour, but I really don't understand what I'm doing. If you want somebody to hurry up, you can tell them to get on with it!. Since we all have things I'm sure we need to get on with, I'll say good-bye until tomorrow. If you have any questions about this expression, please don't hesitate to contact me. Enjoy your day!