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  • What's the difference between Mary and get married?

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  • So marry or get married, which is get plus a past participle verbs.

  • And there's basically no difference between the active verb.

  • Marry on the passive Get married their equivalent.

  • So I'm married last year or I got married last year.

  • It's basically the same get plus.

  • A past participle can also be used reflexively, and that means that a lot of the meanings of these combinations are something that we do to ourselves.

  • Common colic, ations ar get engaged, get married, get divorced, get washed, get dressed, get changed on dhe, get lost.

  • In most cases, these forms have an active form.

  • So for example, I washed or I got washed.

  • No, difference but get lost, so active form is actually lose yourself.

  • For example, I got lost in the forest or I lost myself in the forest and forget engaged.

  • There is no active equivalent.

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  • A past participle is a passive form, and it is the equivalent of the standard passive form B plus a past participle.

  • So where you can use one you can use the other, however, get plus, a past participle is considered more informal and is more likely to be used in spoken English.

  • But all of the same tenses applying, for example, bread is eaten, bread gets eaten, jobs were done, jobs got done, roads will be built, roads will get built, etcetera.

  • etcetera, etcetera.

  • Finally, let's talk about get plus object plus past participle, which is the same as have plus object, plus past participle except that get is a little more informal.

  • Both of these forms are known as the causative and are used when someone does something for us that we have arranged and usually paid for.

  • Cutting hair is a really good example.

  • It's quite difficult to cut your own hair, but most people would go to a hair dresses and have their hair cut.

  • So I had my hair cut yesterday or I got my hair cut yesterday.

  • There's basically no difference on all of the same tenses apply to both forms.

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Get' plus 過去分詞 - Learners' Questions (‘Get’ plus past participle - Learners' Questions)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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