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Again, thank you very much for your helping!.
I really appreciate it.
I would like to ask you annoying question which makes me confuse always.
As far as I know to "get" has several meanings, the commons are
Can I get something please and with this meaning I am ok.
The second one is " I will get married" why can't I say " I will marry" why should I add the "Get" it is very confusing me always :\
I remember when I was in the English school the teacher told me that usually, we are adding "Get" when we want to describe kind of process, such as I am getting shower, ) That's what I remember, no sure 100 percentage
Please be a soft or gentle with me I am amateur.
Again, Thank you!.
I am not a teacher.
I don't know:\
that's os my issue, I don't know when use it...
I assume "os" was a typo for "is". However, you can't say "That's is ...". "That's" is a contraction of "That is" so your sentence effectively said "That is is ..." which I am sure you know is incorrect. Say either "That's my issue" or "That is my issue".
In your first post, was the question supposed to be "Can I get you something?"? If so, a common response is "No thanks, I'm OK". In that context, "I'm OK" means "There is nothing I need".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
It's not always wrong to say I will marry, though I will get married is more common. What's the context?