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I know if I say "The glass got broken" It is usually a passive construction and it could mean "The glass was broken" / as in an action instead of a state or it could mean "The glass has been broken", and it could also mean "The glass became broken".

But my question is if I use "an interrogative' with "Get" as in "Did the glass get broken".

Would the use of "did with get" also depicts three senses as in "was", "has been" and "became"?

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    I've changed to "the glass" to match the title, and because you seem to be talking about a glass (cup) not the substance "glass".
    – James K
    Commented Apr 26, 2022 at 5:36

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Yes, "Did the glass get broken?" is equivalent in the same way as you outlined to "Was the glass broken?", "Has the glass been broken?", and "Did the glass become broken?".

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