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Unread May 19th, 2007, 07:53 pm
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Default "How are you getting on at work?"

"How are you getting on at work?"

is 'get on' to mean 'get along' a Biritish English idiom?

While it doesn't sound strange to mean I don't think I'd ever use it, especially with 'with.'

"I'm not getting on with my mother in-law."
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