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    indranil is offline Junior Member
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    what is the difference between the two sentences

    1. " Get answer" 2. " Get answered" can they convey same meaning?

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    Re: what is the difference between the two sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by indranil View Post
    1. " Get answer" 2. " Get answered" can they convey same meaning?
    First of all, neither of these is a sentence.

    Here is how I make sense of these two usages:

    1. Bob got an answer to his question. (could be a right or wrong answer)

    2. Bob's question got answered. (probably the correct answer)

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