Focus on the pronunciation of get
English definition of “get”
/get/ v [T] (present participle getting, past participle gotten /ˈgɑt·ən/ or got /gɑt/) (OBTAIN)
› to take something into your possession, or have something happen that you accept or receive: He climbed over the fence to get his ball back. Monique raised her hand to get the teacher’s attention. Can I get you a drink? Dad keeps telling me to get a job. What did you get on the test (= What mark did you receive)? I think she gets (= earns) about $10 an hour. We don’t get much snow in this part of the country (= It does not often snow). › To get something often means to buy or pay for it: He went to the store to get milk.