How To: Express opportunity in English using "get to"

Express opportunity in English using "get to"

In this video, we learn how to express opportunity in English using "get to". "Get to" means opportunity, which is similar to "be able to". If you use this in the present tense, you can use either "gets to" or "is able to". It's an expression of opportunity, and it sounds like a good thing. Use this in several different sentences to show your student how this phrase can mean a number of different things. To make the negative in present tense you can use "don't" or "doesn't". Don't also means "aren't able to". These sound like bad situations and can be shown through the sentence structure and words.

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