In this English lesson we look at the difference between MEET and GET TOGETHER in English.
We look at the different meanings and uses (with example sentences) of:
- Meet (three main uses)
- Meet with
- Meet up with
- To get together
We also look at the noun form of get-together (yes, that hyphen joining the two parts is important).
We will also look at a common mistake made by students learning English.
If you are asked a question like: "What do you normally do on Sundays?"
We show you why you should NOT say "I meet my family."
and why you SHOULD say "I get together with my family."
There are also a couple of questions at the end that the viewer can answer.
See the complete English lesson here:https://www.woodwardenglish.com/meet-get-together-difference/
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