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Hi teachers,

I've seen expressions below:

1. I'll get to it.

2. I'll get on it.

3. I'm on it.

4. I'll get it over with.

5. Let's get over it with.

Do they mean the same thing, "right away"? Is it "get to" or "get on"?

Thank you.

Tinanam
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1. I'll get to it. -- I'll attend to it or reach it (at some unspecified future time). Often implies that there are other things to be done first, so whatever it is may have to wait.

2. I'll get on it. -- I'll attend to it (usually promptly).

3. I'm on it. -- I'm attending to it now, or will start immediately.

4. I'll get it over with. -- It's not something that I want to do, but it has to be done, so I'll do it.

5. Let's get it over with. -- We don't want to do this, but we have to do it, so let's do it now.
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Dear Mr Wordy,

Happy New Year to you. Wishing you a wonderful new start.

Also, thank you for helping me.

Regards,

Tinanam