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Use CAN I GET to Build Sentences

Uses of "Can I get?"

One of the most widely used English is "get", so this lesson is very important for learners of English. So let us know using "can I get" to build sentences.

The phrase "Can I get...?" is used to ask a question, as follows:

  • Can I get a Pullman seat?
  • Can I get in touch by telephone?
  • Can I get my glasses on the NHS?
  • Can I get there and back in a day?
  • Can I get through by this road?
  • Excuse me, can I get past, please?
  • How can I get ahold of Chris?
  • How can I get out of the habit of smoking?
  • How can I get the dirt off the walls?
  • How can I get this stain out?
  • How can I get to the bathroom?
  • When can I get my test results?
  • Where can I get a taxi?
  • Where can I get my shoes repaired ?
  • Where can I get some beer? 
  • Can I get a refill, please?
  • Where can I get spare parts for my bike?
  • Where can I get this cashed?

You can also use "can I" when offering help to help someone or do something for them, as follows:

  • Can I get you a coffee?
  • Can I get you a drink?
  • Can I get you another drink?
  • Can I get you home?
  • I'm going into town? can I get you anything?
  • I'm just going down to the shops. Can I get you anything?
  • What can I get him for a birthday present?
  • What can I get you?
  • What else can I get you?


See: Using I AM VERY to Build Sentences


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