Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

get together

get together
1) gather or assemble socially
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    • let's get together, have a get-together
  • Analysis
     To get together means to physically or metaphorically bring people together in a place usually with a shared or common goal. As a noun 'a get-together' is used to talk about a gathering of people.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Let's get together this week and discuss your progress, said the boss to his assistant. 
    2. The family got together to celebrate their parents' wedding anniversary.
    3. The woman organised a small get-together to celebrate her husband's birthday.
    4. The family get-together was postponed after a storm struck the east coast.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. We can get together on a video call to save you coming into the office.
    2. I suggest we get together at the end of the week to review the progress we made.
    3. The conference is a great opportunity for professionals in the same industry to get together, network and exchange the latest developments with one another.
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