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    cold

    Hi there

    Is there difference between 'is not too cold' and 'does not get cold'? What does it mean by 'get' here?


    The weather does not get too cold, but it often snows in the winter.

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    pete

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    Re: cold

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there

    Is there difference between 'is not too cold' and 'does not get cold'? What does it mean by 'get' here?


    The weather does not get too cold, but it often snows in the winter.

    tks
    pete
    In your sentence 'get' means 'become'.

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