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Family Feud= a prolonged disagreement or dispute between families. Lesson 6 p. 31-35. get along (with). to have a good relationship with someone It’s hard to get along with James because he is a very bossy and controlling person.

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get along with
get along (with)
  • to have a good relationship with someone

It’s hard to get along with James because he is a very bossy and controlling person.

Tony and Alice don’t get along. They constantly argue.

do one s best
do one’s best
  • to try as hard as possible

Tom did his best when he took his final exam and he passed it.

lose one s temper s
lose one’s temper(s)
  • to become very angry

Linda and her husband lost their tempers when their neighbor’s dog destroyed their garden.

see eye to eye
see eye to eye
  • to agree

Brian wants to become a musician, but his parents want him to be a doctor. Brian doesn’t see eye to eye with his parents on his career.

make up
make up
  • to become friends again after having an argument or fight

Tina and James had an argument over money, but they made up after Tina apologized to him.