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Get is a very important word in English because it is used a lot by everyone.  It has 5 different meanings.

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aware:  know about
Are you aware that your car is unlocked?
He wasn’t aware of the person following him.

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by Colbie Caillat
an American pop singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist from Malibu, California. This song is from her 5th album, Gypsy Heart, released in September, 2014.

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by Michael Buble

a Canadian singer, songwriter and actor who has won several awards, including four Grammy Awards and many Juno Awards.  The song was written in 1964 by English songwriters Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse.  Buble recorded this song for his album “It’s Time,” released in April, 2005.
 

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The simple past is used for an action or actions that are finished in the past.  For most verbs you add ed to the end of the basic verb.

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by Marco Tempest
a Swiss magician who lives in New York City.  He is known for his multimedia magic and use of interactive technology and computer graphics in his presentations.  He stars in the eight part television series “The Virtual Magician,” which has been broadcast in over 50 countries.

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by John Denver
an American singer-songwriter and actor who was among the most beloved entertainers of his time.  He wrote over 200 songs in his career.  This song is from his 1971 album  entitled Poems, Prayers and Promises.

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Get is a very important word in English because it is used a lot by everyone.  It has 5 different meanings.

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approximate:  near but not exact
The approximate time is 3:00.
I don’t know exactly, but the approximate distance is 800 kilometers.

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Conjunctions are words that are used to connect things.  They are used to connect 2 or more nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs as well as independent clausesadjective clauses,  adverb clauses, noun clauses, prepositional phrases,  infinitive phrases, and gerund phrases.  

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