Got along with

pelipep

Senior Member
Spanish Spain
Could I use the expression 'to get along with' with the past tense?

This is the sentence:

I have recently studied among students much younger than me and I got along with them.

Could I say 'I got along with them a lot/very much' to emphasize that we had a very good relationship?
 
  • jsharm

    Senior Member
    English - Australia
    'I got along with them a lot/very much' isn't correct. You can say 'I got along with them well / fine / just fine / wonderfully / brilliantly (etc)'.
     

    jsharm

    Senior Member
    English - Australia
    Yes, and "quite well", "tolerably well", "reasonably well", "rather well", "rather poorly", "terribly", "badly", "awfully" and "atrociously". And so on.:)
     
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