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1. I hope I will get along with everyone.
2. I get along well with him.
3. I don't get along well with her.
4. I don't really get along with my sister's husband.
5. We don't get along anymore.
6. The car could hardly get along on the slope.
7. I can't get along on my scanty pay.
8. It's impossible to get along with him.
9. Let's get along and tell him the good news.
10. We just don't get along.
11. I want to get along with everyone.
12. Try to get along.
13. Get along with you. It's a cock and bull story.
14. He is sincere and easy to get along with.
15. We get along like nobody's business.
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16. You can't get along without water.
17. I simply can't get along without a secretary.
18. Now we get along just well.
19. Don't worry, we'll get along without you.
20. We get along just fine.
21. I just can't get along without a secretary.
22. We get along just fine together.
23. They seem to get along with each other.
24. How did you get along in your driving test?
25. I have heard him tell people that we get along splendidly.
26. We tried to develop plans for them to get along, which all failed miserably.
27. The boys found it hard to get along with Tom, because he always said some very belligerent things.
28. Frank and I will never get along. We're chalk and cheese.
29. Do you get along with your boss?/Do you and your boss get along?
30. The couple resolved their differences and made an effort to get along.
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