PHRASAL VERB PRACTICE: "TO GET ON WITH SOMEONE"
When you "get on" with people, it means that you have a friendly relationship with them.
So , for example: "I get on well with my boss because he helps me to improve and teaches me new skills!"
Phrasal verbs are very difficult to learn and I would generally avoid doing so, but if you want to take any advanced exams some knowledge of phrasal verbs is required.
Hope that helps!
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