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(1) The bridge was destroyed, so we couldn't get across.
(2) It's so much safer to get across the road at the traffic lights.
(3) It won't be easy, but we'll get across the river somehow.
(4) The lights changed to red before I could get across.
(5) To get across town, you can take the shuttle from Times Square to Grand Central.
(6) Your meaning didn't really get across.
(7) Did your speech get across to the crowd?
(8) How are we going to get across the river?
(9) No ambulances had as yet managed to get across the river.
(10) Your thesis wouldn't get across if you used too many technical terms in it.
(11) She made a running dive to get across the crevasse.
(12) He hurried down to help us get across the river.
(13) Take care not to get across the director,he could have you dismissed.
(14) This is the message that we want to get across to the public.
(15) The bridge was destroyed so we couldn't get across the river.
(16) We must get across the simple fact that drugs are dangerous.
(17) I just can't get across to her.
(18) They really get across me!
(19) It's difficult to get across to those who didn't know him just how outlandish this idea seemed.
(20) I really wanted to get across an idea that I thought should be dramatized and have Mary star in it.
(21) Then I explain what I want to get across in a more empathic way.
(22) Get across there and try to wake the Putts(sentencedict.com/get across.html), Seb.
(23) That is what he wants to get across to the other person.
(24) Somehow she managed to get across that she would be in Exeter tomorrow morning as soon as she could make arrangements.
(25) Well, to sum up, what is the message that you are trying to get across?
(26) The water's only ankle/knee/waist-deep, so we'll be able to get across the river easily.
(27) If you can't communicate and talk to other people and get across your ideas, you're giving up your potential. Warren Buffett
(28) An unsteady-looking rope bridge was the only way to get across the chasm.
(29) The referees are very strict at the line-out with only the jumpers allowed to get across.
(30) Morse estimated Wednesday that it would take a good half-hour for the entire field just to get across the starting line.
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