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    come get sth/Partizip oder come and get sth/Partizip?

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    come get sth/Partizip oder come and get sth/Partizip?

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    Author Siss (1091233) 29 Feb 16, 08:05
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    Ohne "and" ist das eher AE (meiner Meinung nach).
    #1Author SD3 (451227) 29 Feb 16, 08:23
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    Yes; adding an "and" is typical BE - "I'll go and see who that is at the door." e.g.  
    #2Authormikefm (760309) 29 Feb 16, 08:46
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    What do you mean by 'Partizip'?
    #3Author escoville (237761) 29 Feb 16, 10:20
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    Yes, omitting an "and" is typical AE.
    Sorry, #2, I could not resist :-)
    #4Author Spike BE (535528) 29 Feb 16, 10:54
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    Das erinnert mich an die 1. Zeile in John Donnes berühmten Song:
    (John Donne. 1573–1631)
     196.
    GO and catch a falling star
    (Was mit "Partizip" gemeint ist, verstehe ich auch nicht: catch ist hier Imperativ Sg.) 
    #5Author Reinhard W. (237443) 29 Feb 16, 11:55
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    Re #4: That was already made clear in #1
    #6Author hbberlin (420040) 29 Feb 16, 12:21
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    Re.: Partizip
    I assumed Siss meant something like
    "Come (and) get started on your homework!"
    Naturally, I won't actually know until she explains what she intended.
    #7Author SD3 (451227) 29 Feb 16, 13:36
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    Thanks for your feedback. Partizip Perfekt, #7 got it.
    #8Author Siss (1091233) 29 Feb 16, 15:01
     
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