get to know in a sentence

Shrek may be a terrible looking monster, but he’s a pretty nice guy once you get to know him.

People in Honolulu are very friendly on a superficial level, but can be difficult to get to know really well.

People from Mars look kind of bizarre with their five eyes, one leg and two heads, but they are quite friendly once you get to know them.

We are having a party, and are inviting all the tenants of the apartment building so that everyone can get to know each other.

The better you get to know her, the more you’ll like her.

People here seem very friendly on a superficial level, but can be quite difficult to get to know personally.

She will be shocked when she get to know the results.

Natalie is kind of an odd person, but once you get to know her she can be a lot of fun.

Until you really get to know someone from another culture, it is common to believe stereotypes of the people from the country.

How did you get to know she was ill?

ESL students in this program are encouraged to participate in as many activities as possible in order to get to know people, and practice speaking English.

The goal of our initial meeting is to simply get to know each other.

No sooner had I come into contact with him than I determined to get to know him well.

Why don’t you just walk around the offices, and get to know the routine here before trying to get any work done today?
He’s still getting to know the state and plans to visit Charlotte this coming week to get to know the city.

Well, the so-called ‘beast’ is finally out of the box and people will have plenty of time get to know it.

“He introduced himself to everybody and we get to know him, get to talk to him, get to mingle with him,” Barry said.

“I want to get to know him before I make a judgment on somebody.

“Our job is to get to know people and help them get through the processes,” Wetmore said.

And when you get to know them, when you get to go out and inter them, they’re quite special people to me.”

But, he says, “It takes a while to get to know him.”