I`d like to know the difference between them. I encountered a sentence blow in a dictionary. "I pegged her as a total bore when she first started working here, but since getting to know her, she's actually pretty interesting." # Would the meaning of the sentence change if I rephrase it like this? 1. ~ but since I've gotten to know her, ~ 2. ~ but since I got to know her, ~ # Is there any nuance difference between them?
Jun 25, 2019 7:23 AM
Answers · 2
The example from the dictionary shows the process with meaning "starting to know with every day". Your examples show the performed result without continuation with meaning "after I have known".
June 25, 2019
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