Various Uses of Get
Get' is one of the most common verbs in English and it has various meanings.
English learners know that it is most challenging and interesting to learn all the various uses of 'Get'. Some important usages of 'Get' are given below:
Get' Angrejee kee sabase aam kriyaa hai aur isake anek arth hai.
English seekhane waale jaanate hai ki 'Get' ke sabhee vividh prayog seekhana chunauteepurN evam rochak hai. 'Get' ke kuchh mahatvapurN prayog neeche diye huay hai:
Meaning - Receive, Have or Something Similar
When we use 'get' with a direct object (a noun or pronoun), it often means 'receive', 'have' or something similar.
Jab ham 'Get' ko direct object (Sangyaa yaa Sarvanaam) ke saath prayukt karate hai, isake aksar arth hotaa hai 'praapt karana', 'honaa' yaa kuchh anurup.
|Ahaa! Mujhe meraa niyuktee patra mil gayaa.||Hurray! I got my appointment letter.|
|Kyaa tum usake liye yah pustak le sakate ho?||Can you get that book for her?|
|Mujhe usake baare meiN nakaaraatmak jaankaaree milee hai.||I have got negative feedback on him.|
|Naujawaan peeDhee peshevar degree ke turant baad moTee tankhawaah waalee naukaree kee abhilaashaa karatee hai.||Young generation aspire to get a high paying job immediately after obtaining professional degree.|
|Use shaakaahaaree bhojan Paris meiN nahee mil sakaa.||He could not get vegetarian food in Paris.|
|Aao is vishaya par ham kaanunee raay le.||Let us get a legal opinion on the subject.|
|Achchhe vishvasniya karamachaaree milanaa mushkil hai.||It is difficult to get good reliable employees.|
|mujhe kal gaharee neend aayee.||I got sound sleep yesterday.|
|Tumhe laghu raasto ko apanaane se prashansaa patra nahee milegaa.||You will not get appreciation letter by adopting shortcut methods.|
|Tumhe usaka phone kisee bhee kShaN aa sakataa hai.||You may get his call at any moment.|
|Mujhe Amitabh ke hastakShar lene kaa avasar nahee milaa.||I did not get an opportunity to take Amitabh's autograph.|
Meaning - Become
When we use 'get' before an adjective, it often means 'become'.
Jab ham 'Get' ko Adjective se pahale prayog karate hai, isakaa aksar arth hotaa hai 'bananaa / ban jaanaa'.
|Meree peeTh din pratidin kaThor ho rahee hai.||My back is getting stiff day by day.|
|Tum jaao aur use dekho. Vah adheer ho rahaa hai.||Please go and attend him. He is getting impatient.|
|Train paTaree se utar gayee.||The train got derailed.|
|Vah buDhee nahee honaa chaahatee hai.||She does not want to get old.|
|Hamaare Pramukh Prabandhak gussail hai. Vah chhoTee baatoN par gusse ho jaate hai.||Our General Manager is short tempered. He gets angry on trifles.|
|Aasaanee se dhyaan bhang mat hone do.||Don't get distracted so easily.|
|Usakee maataajee kee sthiti gambheer ho rahee hai.||The condition of his mother is getting serious.|
|Sarkaaree naukaree aajakal sakht ho rahee hai.||Government service is getting tough now a days.|
|Vah behtar ho rahee hai.||She is getting better.|
|Agar use 5 minute tavajjo naa mile to vah rusHT ho jaataa hai.||If he doesn't get attention for five minutes, he gets sulky.|
|MaiN nahee jaanataa hoon ki vah usase kaise mohit huaa.||I don't know how he got fascinated with her.|
|Aao is suvyavasthit kamare ko chhinn bhinn kar deN.||Let's get this tidy room shattered.|
Meaning - Some Kind of Movement
'Get' often means 'some kind of movement (Go, Come or Arrive)' when we use 'Get' before words - home, up, out, away, back, etc.
Get' kaa aksar arth hotaa hai 'kisee prakaar kee harkat (jaanaa, aanaa yaa pahunchanaa) jab hum 'Get' ko in shabdoN se pahale prayog
karate haiN - Home, up, out, away, back, etc.
|Principal ne vidhyaarthio se kahaa, "Apanee kakShaao meiN vaapas jaao".||Principal said to the students, "Get back to your classes".|
|Usake maa roj balcony meiN intejaar karatee rahatee hai jab tak vah ghar nahee aatee hai.||Her mother keeps awaiting in the balcony daily till she gets home.|
|Jalda-hee ham vahaaN se baahar aa gaye.||Soon we got out from there.|
|Mere lakshaya mujhse door jaa rahe haiN.||My goals are getting away from me.|
|Bus meiN aao.||Get in the bus.|
|Use Ahmedabad meiN train se utaranaa hai.||He is to get off the train at Ahmedabad.|
|MaiN jaise hee ghar pahunchataa hoon, raat kaa khaanaa letaa hooN.||I take dinner as soon as I get home.|
|Vah February maheene meiN chhuTTion se vaapas apekshit hai.||She is expected to get back from leave in the month of February.|
|Apanaa hissaa lo aur meree driShTee se door ho jaao.||Take your share and get away from my sight.|
|Tumhaaree patnee tumhee maar Daalegee agar tum ek ghanTe ke andar ghar nahee pahunchate ho.||Your wife will kill you if you don't get home within an hour.|
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