Get Along

How to Conjugate Get Along

  • Infinitive: Get Along
  • Present Tense: Get Along/ Gets Along
  • -ing Form: Getting Along
  • Past Tense: Got Along
  • Past Participle: Gotten/Got Along
Get Along is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Get Along:

1. To have good interactions with others.

Examples: Tasha and I got along so great that we became best friends in no time.
So, how is Cindy getting along with her classmates?

2. To manage to do something without any serious problems.

Examples: Bryce is getting along really well in his new job as a paramedic.
Tracy moved to New York a year ago and is finally getting along pretty well in the big city.

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