English version

come/go/get along

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome/go/get alongcome/go/get alongto improve, develop, or make progress After a five-hour operation, Wendy is coming along just fine. along
Examples from the Corpus
come/go/get alongDepending on the circumstances, I was willing to go along.In the best programs, 3-and 4-year-olds learn social skills, how to share and get along.I went along the colonnade to the corner of the southern front of the house.Rashly volunteering to be a contestant, I went along the previous Saturday to practice.Why don't you ask Brenda and Belinda to come along to Friday meetings?She wants to go along too.She said she does not get along well with her children and can not get them to clean.The countries in the region do not want Kosovo independence, and Washington appears to go along with that view.
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