English expressions. Get Through


English expressions. “Get Through “
One common meaning is – To complete something; To manage to finish something. 
“University was tough, but after 4 years I got through it.”


“I can’t wait to get through my job training and start working with computers!”



Another meaning is – To help someone manage or endure a difficult situation.

“Surgery was really painful, but the doctor gave me some pain medication to help me get through it.

“This winter will be hard for my family, but together we will get through it.”


“I graduated!!! I got through 4 years of school! YAY!!!”

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