1. get on
When I get on the plane I always look for the emergency exits.
get on with
The bus was full. We couldn't get on.
Anyway, I'd better get on.
1. He got on his bicycle and rode down the street. 2. Amy and I really get on well.
He’s getting on very well at school. How did you get on at your interview?
After school, I get on my bike and ride home.
He wanted desperately to get on with his career.
Every time I get on my board to dance it is a pure moment of happiness.
get on = to make progress, manage. how did you get on in your exam?. get on with your homework!
In this case, people believe that the couple will not get on and that their marriage will end badly.
make progress (also get along)/Let's get on with the party
enter a bus, train, etc./The train is leaving. Quick, get on!
Can we please get on, because there are a lot of things still to discuss.
Mary gets on a bus number 9 to get to work. / You can pay when you get on the bus.
English word "wsiadać"(get on) occurs in sets:Słówka w szkole module 2 KARTunit 8 podróżowanie i turystykasprawdzian z rozdziału 4 bUnit 1 - phrasal verbs - getrozdział nr 1 intermediate
2. to board
English word "wsiadać"(to board) occurs in sets:czasowniki ważne 6