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Can we please get on, because there are a lot of things still to discuss.
I need to get on and cook this chicken before everyone gets here.
Claire got on the school board.
They want to get more women on the editorial team.
She even got on TV talking about her invention.
A famous TV interviewer wanted to get her on his show.
How did you get on in your exams?
Jim seems to be getting on very well with the cleaning.
He is prepared to do anything in order to get on.
My parents and I don’t get on.
I think you two would get on well.
She seems to get on with everybody.
My dad is getting on a bit now.
It’s getting on, we’d better leave.
It was getting on for ten o’clock when she got home from work.