Sunday, 18 June 2017


The current phrase that I use for my language acquisition system has a good ring to it, and also a number of useful spin-offs. 

There’s ‘Get Used to It’—the parent. It spawns a bunch of idioms and phrasal verbs that relate to various stages and features of the program.

Get a grip, get across, get along, get around, get at, get away with, get behind, get by, get down to, get going, get good at, get into, get it, get on with, get out of, get rid of, get over, get through, get up to, and get with it.

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