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"Get on" and "Get along", what's the difference ? My english dictionary say: Get on = to have a friendly relationship with someone but my american friends always use "get along" to say the same things. So, can "get along" be only american ?
Oct 4, 2012 6:47 AM
Answers · 2
they mean the same thing. I wouldn't be surprised if someone said get along outside america or someone said get on in america. But i suppose get along is more 'popular' saying in america.
October 4, 2012
ok ! Thank you so much !
October 4, 2012
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