"He doesn't like doinggg-ing sounds, as I made a big fuss of the most scaredy-cat dog in the world.
"But Mum says we've got to get him used it, and we can help by reassuring him if he's frightened of a noise."
It had been a couple of days now, and we'd realized that DIB(dog in black) had a real phobia of the theme tune to the news on telly, and the sound of the toilet being flushed, as well as the doorbell.
For a start, does get him used it mean get him to used to it? Is it often used by native speakers>
Second, is theme tune equal to theme song in the context? Are they interchangeable in any situation?
Thanks, riverkid, for the comment.
Do you mean get him used it is a typo? Just to make sure.