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I was wonder if you could tell me what is defference between two verbs 1- become familiar with 2- get familiar with

Thanks in advance

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They mean the same, but 'become' is more formal, and 'get' is less formal.

  • One becomes familiar with one's father-in-laws whisky preference and gets familiar with the new baby's nappy requirements. – Ronald Sole Apr 7 at 13:48
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    In Victorian times, a lady would slap a man's face if he became too familiar. – Michael Harvey Apr 7 at 13:56

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