Mari Kim
Does it make sense? If I let my daughter go to a pizza place and bring it and can I say that "I get her a pizza?"
Nov 23, 2017 7:47 AM
Answers · 1
Your question is a little unclear, but I think you want to say 'I sent my daughter out for a pizza' if she goes to the pizza parlor and returns with a pizza. If you 'get her a pizza' then YOU go to the pizza parlor and buy a pizza for your daughter. Was that the question?
November 23, 2017
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Mari Kim
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