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    Reemani is offline Junior Member
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    Default know or get to know?

    While I'm doing my writing, I became confused when I didn't the correct one,
    - to know somebody, or
    - to get to know somebody/ me, or
    - to get know somebody.
    Does "To know" concerned with the same person who's speaking, and "To get to know" concerns with other?
    I just want to know what is the difference between them, and when can I use each one of them?

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    Neurotica Guest

    Default Re: know or get to know?

    Quote Originally Posted by Reemani
    While I'm doing my writing, I became confused when I didn't the correct one,
    - to know somebody, or
    - to get to know somebody/ me, or
    - to get know somebody.
    Does "To know" concerned with the same person who's speaking, and "To get to know" concerns with other?
    I just want to know what is the difference between them, and when can I use each one of them?
    Hi there...

    To know someone would be the fact that you know that for a given period of time and to get to know someone is when you are trying to know facts about someone who is still 'unknown' to you. Does that help you?

    Regards,

    Neurotica

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