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I thought a couple of the grammar lessons were difficult, but this one takes the cake. Our language is complex to be sure. Not only do we have transitive and intransitive verbs, but the transitive ones can be separable and inseparable. There are so many different inseparable expressions that they have to be learned as separate vocabulary lessons. Small particles can change the meaning of verbs to such an extent they no longer seem like the same verb. To get out, to get in, to get over, to get in under the wire, to get away, to get on, to get off the couch, none of which mean 'to obtain'. Other languages have unique expressions but they do not play with verbs and prepositions like English does!