How well do you get on with people?

2 peas in a podTo help improve your use of common expressions try to connect three of the following expressions with three different people.

For example: My siblings and I get on like a house on fire.

EXPRESSION:

MEANING:

We get on well with each other.

We have a friendly relationship.

We don’t get on.

We don’t have a friendly relationship.

He gets on my nerves.

I find him irritating.

We get on like a house on fire.

We have a lot in common and really enjoy each other’s company.

We are like chalk and cheese.

We are completely different.

We are like two peas in a pod.

We are really alike.

We have fallen out.

We have had an argument.

We have made up.

We had an argument but now we are friends again.

I take after my father.

I have his personality or features.

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