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    nazarethjoseph Guest

    Question about "get " sentence

    1)he get angry
    1)he got angry
    2)he get anger
    2)he got anger

    First is correct or second one is correct?
    Please elucidate?

    What should be come after the get verb, anoun or adjective?

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    Default Re: about "get " sentence

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    'He gets/got angry' are correct. Here, 'get' = 'become', and it is followed by the adjective. (Nouns can follow when 'get' = 'obtain', as in 'he got a dog for Christmas'.)

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