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Passive with GET + PAST PARTICIPLE

When "get" is used with a past participle, it has the same meaning as "become" or
"grow."
Some Examples:
If I work for a long time, I get tired. (In other words, "I become tired," or "I grow
tired.")
If I have nothing to do, I get bored. (In other words, "I become bored," or "I grow
bored.")

1. When two people first meet, they...


2. When it's late at night, most people...
3. People who stay out in the sun too long...
4. Some people drink too much beer at a party and they...
5. Married people who argue too often sometimes...
6. When a movie isn't very interesting, people...
7. People who win the lotto...
8. If a person has a problem, he or she...
9. People who commit a crime should...
10. Two people who love each other very much...
Passive with GET + PAST PARTICIPLE
When "get" is used with a past participle, it has the same meaning as "become" or
"grow."
Some Examples:
If I work for a long time, I get tired. (In other words, "I become tired," or "I grow
tired.")
If I have nothing to do, I get bored. (In other words, "I become bored," or "I grow
bored.")

1. When two people first meet, they...


2. When it's late at night, most people...
3. People who stay out in the sun too long...
4. Some people drink too much beer at a party and they...
5. Married people who argue too often sometimes...
6. When a movie isn't very interesting, people...
7. People who win the lotto...
8. If a person has a problem, he or she...
9. People who commit a crime should...

10. Two people who love each other very much...