B2 First Vocabulary:

Get on/along

‘Get on/along’ means to have a good relationship with someone and is a great phrasal verb to use in part one of the speaking paper when talking about a relationship with friends, family or work colleagues.

Below are examples of how 'Get on/along' could be used in the B2 First (FCE) exam.
Speaking Part 1:

Examiner: “Do you have a good relationship with your boss?”

Candidate: “Yes, I get along really well with my boss…”

Reading and Use of English Part 1:

I never (2)…… on very well with my father, so moving out was a very exciting time for me.

A. was

B. went

C. got

D. looked

Vocabulary Details: