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What's the exact difference of these two? 1) That's a good thing because this is your ticket to getting back to your starting point. 2) That's a good thing because this is your ticket to get back to your starting point.
Jun 15, 2015 5:29 AM
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In this case the sentences seem to mean the same thing but, usually "getting" is present tense; when you are currently collecting something. "Get" is used as future tense, when you will collect something, and "got" is past tense, when you have already collected something.
June 15, 2015
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