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Does 'get' or 'gain' in the following sentences make a difference?:

In just 2 hours, you’ll get new ideas on how this tool can help you study in a much more efficient manner through this free seminar.

In just 2 hours, you’ll gain new ideas on how this tool can help you study in a much more efficient manner through this free seminar.

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I'd say "get".

"gain" is related to money, to material profit.
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I think gain is not so bad here. Gain can often be used, at least in AmE, in more circumstances than where material,or monetary, profit is the issue. Gaining insight is commonly heard.
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Hi guys,

Here's anothe comment.

I got some information - 'get' is a neutral word. Perhaps the information was useful, perhaps not.

I gained some information - 'gain' suggests the information was of profit or value to me in some way.

Best wishes, Clive
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