1 complete with the same meaning Do you have a good relationship with your neighbours? (Well) Do you ... your neighbours?

I don’t know where to find a list with all the prashal verbs!


I don't know either. But I think you should use "get on well with sb." to fill in the gap in your sentence:

Do you get on well with your neighbors?

Note that you can also say "get on" or "get along (well)" with somebody to mean the same thing:

I get along well with most of my colleagues.

I don't get on with my sister.

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