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28 September 2016

  • (diff | hist) . . get‎; 17:34 . . (+76). .Equinox (talk | contribs)(Usage notes: loads of (most??) Brits DO talk like that!)
  • (diff | hist) . . get‎; 13:19 . . (-72). .Eric Kvaalen (talk | contribs)(Took out 'Similarly, "I had got" = "I had", "I will have got" = "I will have", etc.' I don't think anybody talks like that. Also, replaced "archaic in UK" with "less common in UK". (See talk page.))

27 September 2016