What's the difference between 'jet' and 'jít'?
"Jet" is to go by means of some vehicle (car, train, tram, etc), while "jít" is to go on foot.
... or by jet
No, by airplane is letět.
Is there a good definition of when to use 'jit' and when to use 'jet'? In English, I would just say that I have to go to work. Could it be either 'jit' or 'jet'?
See Lyn581999's answer to garpike above.