Get ahead – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To get ahead is to be successful in your work or your life.

Examples of use:

1. I want to get ahead in my job so I work very long hours.

2. If you want to get ahead in life you must work hard and never give up.

3. She got ahead in her career by going to university and then working abroad for a year.

4. You’ll never get ahead with a negative attitude like that.

get ahead
present simple
get ahead and gets ahead
-ing form
getting ahead
past simple
got ahead
past participle
got ahead

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