"to get to" x "to be able to"
i wonder what does the expression in bold mean:
"...to get to fix some of the things..."
"...teach you what tools to get to fix your gloves..."
"...muons travel through time to get to reach us..."
"...be helpful to get to reach the critical mass..."
does "to get to" mean the same as "to be able to/to manage to"? if so, are the following sentences OK?
"i am trying hard to get to see him but i can't because there is a huge tree obstructing my view"
"i don't think i am going to get to do my homework today"
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