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    #1

    get there

    Hi all,
    "I've got a pretty good idea of how to get there." There is no problem with this sentence because I have collected it from Cambridge dictionary. If I want to use a specific name of a location with "get", should I use "to" after "get" or not? For example; "I will call you when I get to New York." "I will call you when I get New York.", Which one is correct?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: get there

    "Get to New York."

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