The combination of "get" with an adjective is often translated into Spanish as a pronominal verb. For example: "to get bored" ("aburrirse"), "to get tired" ("cansarse"), "to get married" ("casarse").
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (they obtained)
2. (they purchased)
3. (they received)
a. recibieron (plural)
I don't know what's happening in that department, but they got an email saying there would be an emergency meeting.No sé que está pasando en ese departamento, pero recibieron un correo electrónico diciendo que habría una reunión de emergencia.
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