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You got in very late last night!
Mark never gets in before 9.30.
Our flight got in on time.
The London train gets in at 10.05.
It’s a very exclusive school and you have to pass an exam to get in.
The Labour Party got in again in 2001.
I have to get this homework in by the end of the week.
We’re getting a plumber in to fix the leak.
One writer managed to get in 20 plugs for his new book in a single interview.
Kara’s friends are coming at the weekend, so get lots of chocolate in.