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Which of the following situations is/are correct?

Situation 1:

Can you get me my glasses, please? I've left them in the car.

Situation 2:

Can you go and get me my glasses, please? I've left them in the car.

Situation 3:

Can you go get me my glasses, please? I've left them in the car.

If all of them are possible, do they mean the same thing?

If so, which would you use or do you prefer?

Thank you.

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#1 and #2 are fine.

#2 is fine but also a little more casual.

You can delete 'we' from each of these, if you ant to.


Clive

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Clive#1 and #2 are fie.#2 is fine but also a little more casual.You can delete 'we' from each of these, if you ant to.

Please clarify. Thank you.

You can delete me' from each of these, if you want to.

Sorry, I'm a terrible typist!

Clive

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Is used in AE.

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Is used in BE.

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What about "Can you fetch my glasses, please?"

teal lime

What about "Can you fetch my glasses, please?"

That's possible.

anonymous
teal lime

What about "Can you fetch my glasses, please?"

That's possible.

Not so much in the United States. Probably the most we ever use 'fetch' is in the expression 'play fetch', used with pet dogs.

While some dogs can play fetch forever, cats more easily become winded and likely bored.

CJ

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