Get Together

How to Conjugate Get Together

  • Infinitive: Get Together
  • Present Tense: Get Together/ Gets Together
  • -ing Form: Getting Together
  • Past Tense: Got Together
  • Past Participle: Got/Gotten Together
Get Together is a separable phrasal verb and has 3 definitions.

Definitions of Get Together:

1. To meet and spend time together
[Noun] {Get-together} Refers to an informal gathering.

Examples: It’s nice to get together with friends you haven’t seen in a while.
Twice a year, I like to have a get-together at my house with a few close friends and family.

2. To prepare yourself or things for departure.

Examples: Get your stuff together, so we can leave.
It took Sherry almost an hour to get herself together just for a trip to the grocery store.

3. To manage your emotions or the important aspects in your life.

Examples: You need to get yourself together and stop crying right now.
He’s a great man who’s got it together.

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