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Get along... #1 (permalink) Mon May 23, 2011 15:37 pm   Get along...
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #256 "Dialogue Comprehension (5)", question 8

Are you getting along? .........

(a) Yes, we are.
(b) Yes, we have it.
(c) Yes, I bought it.
(d) Yes, I'm going to Italy tomorrow.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #256 "Dialogue Comprehension (5)", answer 8

Are you getting along? Yes, we are.

Correct answer: (a) Yes, we are.
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I think that possible correct answer besides (a) could be (d), why not (d)?
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Get along... #2 (permalink) Mon May 23, 2011 15:56 pm   Get along...
 

To get along means to have a good relationship so (d) wouldn't make any sense in this context.

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