Get is one of the most common verbs in English and can be used in many different ways.
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Distancing is the use of language that is vague or cautious. We use it when we’re not sure of the accuracy of what we’re saying, or if we want to soften our words, make them
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We use have + object + past participle when we talk about someone doing something for us which we ask or instruct them to do. It emphasises the process/action rather than who performs it.
We make the passive using the verb be + past participle: only the form of be changes to make the tense, and the past participle stays the same.
We use the passive voice when the person or the thing affected by the main verb becomes the focus, and is often used when the person or thing doing the action is not important, unknown,