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    Cool Gotten

    Do not quite understand this word --- I used to use "have got" --- what's the difference between "have got" and "have gotten"?

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    Re: Gotten

    Quote Originally Posted by catoidtang View Post
    Do not quite understand this word --- I used to use "have got" --- what's the difference between "have got" and "have gotten"?
    Verb 'to get'; get, got, got (BrE); get, got, gotten (AmE). The past participle in BrE is 'got' and in AmE 'gotten'

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