Camilo Martins
What means "get" Get (present tense) and got (past tense) means receive something? I got a new house from my parents! I'm getting flu 'cause you sneezed on my army!
Aug 12, 2018 4:44 PM
Answers · 2
Hi, Yes, in your 2 examples - 'get' means to receive something But there are other meaning of GET as well: - fetch/bring something, e.g. Get a drink for me pls. - punishment, e.g. He got 10 years. - contact, e.g. I 'll get back to you - make/persuate,e.g. I got him to help me. - arrive, e.g. What time did you get there? - understand, e.g. I got it. - state/conditions, e.g. get used to, get dressed, get ready , ... and many more ...
August 12, 2018
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