get rid of
When joking, does this make sense ?
I ll definitely be coming next Saturday , did you think you could get rid of me? No, you can't.
If it doesn't ,how would you say it humourously?
19 июня 2015 г., 11:28
Answers · 2
It's grammatically fine and there are no mistakes in what you have written (well apart from the lack of apostrophe in I'll but I'll put that down as a typo.). It does however sounds a bit stilted, and thus would not sound natural.
This is a more natural way to use it:
I'll definitely be coming next Saturday, you're not going to get rid of me that easily!