I am confused between because according to google translate translation of both of the sentences are same.

I will have the opportunity to work with best dancers.


I will get the opportunity to work with best dancers.

Can anyone explain difference between both sentences with understandable example.


In your example, To get an opportunity means the same as to have an opportunity, so, in your example, both phrases mean the same thing, and they both sound fine.

To get - Definition.

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    Thanks for editing your answer. "To get" is not the same as "to have", with regard to opportunity or otherwise. But I agree the essential meaning is the same in this example. – Andrew May 15 '19 at 15:41
  • You're welcome, I should've emphasized it a little bit more by making it clear right from the beginning of the sentence. Thanks for bringing it up to attention I'll do better next time. – Kaique May 15 '19 at 15:43

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