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    get/got

    If someone is speaking to me at the moment and i want to show him my acceptance

    what shall i say?

    I get it or I got it

    or i can use them both

    THANKS in advance.


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    Re: get/got

    Both would be colloquially fine.

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    Re: get/got

    Quote Originally Posted by fantastic View Post
    If someone is speaking to me at the moment and i want to show him my acceptance

    what shall i say?

    I get it or I got it

    or i can use them both

    THANKS in advance.
    You should say I got It.

    For instance If your boss says just leave the luggage at the corner, you will be giving your attention by saying I got it merely you will do!

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