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question about the verbs go and get

Post by Daniell » Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:28 pm

hello
I want to ask a question about the verbs go and get
when i have to use them for movement to different place
Which of the sentences are correct?
Go to the other side of the table !
Get to the other side of the table!
Go on the other side of the table !
Get on the other side of the table !
Go to the other side of the road !
Get to the other side of the road !
Go on the other side of the road !
Get on the other side of the road !
If all of them are correct can you explane the differences to me ?

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Re: question about the verbs go and get

Post by Joe » Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:15 pm

Daniell wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:28 pm
Go to the other side of the table ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Get to the other side of the table! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Go on the other side of the table ! :ok:
Get on the other side of the table ! :ok:
Go to the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Get to the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Go on the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Get on the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
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Re: question about the verbs go and get

Post by Daniell » Sat Sep 14, 2019 11:29 pm

Does it mean that each of them is correct ?
If they are all correct what are the differances ?

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Re: question about the verbs go and get

Post by jiyakhattak » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:53 am

Daniell wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:28 pm
hello
I want to ask a question about the verbs go and get
when i have to use them for movement to different place
Which of the sentences are correct?
Go to the other side of the table !
Get to the other side of the table!
Go on the other side of the table !
Get on the other side of the table !
Go to the other side of the road !
Get to the other side of the road !
Go on the other side of the road !
Get on the other side of the road !
If all of them are correct can you explane the differences to me ?
ALL ARE CORRECT BUT I CAN NOT EXPLANE BECAUSE I DONT HAVE PROPER INFORMATION

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Re: question about the verbs go and get

Post by jiyakhattak » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:56 am

Joe wrote:
Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:15 pm
Daniell wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:28 pm
Go to the other side of the table ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Get to the other side of the table! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Go on the other side of the table ! :ok:
Get on the other side of the table ! :ok:
Go to the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Get to the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Go on the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
Get on the other side of the road ! :ok: :ok: :ok:
ANY EXPLANATION :??

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Re: question about the verbs go and get

Post by mahirbarut » Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:36 pm

Yes they are but it does not mean there is no difference in english just because they have the same meaning. Words may have the same meanings in many way but also different in some ways and that character makes them unique in sense and meaning no word resembled each other. Their connotations put them into unique and unexampled crystalized structure. You can not understand or translate difference but you can sense the differences if you know all connotations, antonymous and related context. Try to figure out it in your own language you can easily find similar examples
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