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Question in a phrase I ran into a phrase: "I’m going to get my nails done" What is the meaning and usage of the structure "go get something done"? I can't get the system of this structure. Please provide some examples.
Feb 26, 2014 11:25 AM
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I am going to have someone else perform a service for me. I'm going to have my nails done=I'm going to get a manicure at a nail shop. I'm going to have my hair done/cut=I'm going to the hair salon for a haircut or hair styling. I'm going to have the house painted=I'm going to hire someone to paint the house. She's going to have her nose done= She's going to have plastic surgery on her nose.
February 26, 2014
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