"The best car I can get for fifteen hundred dollars", is it right in terms of grammar? How to understand the 'for' right after the 'get'?
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It is correct as a sentence fragment. It lacks a subject and main verb e.g. "It is the best car...." which would make it a complete sentence.
"for" here means "in return for" or "in exchange for". I give you $1500. You give me a car.
We often talk about what we can get "for" our money i.e. what our money can buy.
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