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2005.04.19(Review of 2001.02.19 edition)

Hi! Today and tomorrow we'll look at two expressions that essentially mean “meet”, but pay close attention to the important difference between them. Today's meeting is planned; tomorrow's, however, happens by chance. Let's take a look!

Today's LessonCATEGORY: イディオム


  • To get together with someone is to meet them, for social or business reasons.
  • get together with someone は、社交や仕事のために誰かと会う、という意味です。


  1. Since my closest friend moved away to Tokyo, we're only able to get together once or twice a year.
  2. Let's get together sometime for lunch. There's so much I want to talk to you about.
  3. I got together with some old friends from high school last night. We had a great time.
  4. Shall we get together and discuss your proposal? I'd be happy to meet you at your office.

英会話レッスンLet's get together again soon, shall we? We'll send you an email and suggest a time. Until then, stay well!