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    Hello, I’m learning Spanish and I’m trying to find out what the verbs for ‘to get’ are in Spanish.

    For example ‘I am going to the shop to get some bread’

    ‘I will get it for you’

    ‘Can you get it for me?’

    ‘I need to get some sleep’

    ‘I need to get going’

    ‘I’m going to get something to eat’

    Can you tell me the correct verbs for ‘to get’ for these sentences? Thanks.

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    Luna
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    Hello! There are various ways to say this in Spanish, all depending on what exactly you want to say.

    “I am going to the shop to get some bread.”
    Voy a ir a la tienda a comprar pan.

    “Can you get it for me?”
    Me lo puedes traer?

    “I need to get some sleep.”
    Necesito dormir.

    “I need to get going.”
    Necesito irme.

    “I’m going to get something to eat.”
    Voy a conseguir algo para comer.

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