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olja
Is there any difference between " get along with" and get on with"?
Oct 9, 2016 7:21 AM
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Both are used in USA and GB as far as I know. They mean the same but "get on with" implies a slightly better friendship than "get along with". It's such a tiny difference that if you treat them as synonyms no one will notice.
October 9, 2016
I get along with (USA) = I get on with (GB) -----------I'm not native speaker
October 9, 2016
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