I was studying causative verbs and I found an interrogative sentence I can't translate into my native language. it's because I don't understand the meaning in/of the English question. this is the question.
You got to go to the basketball game last night?
The source is from the book "complete English Grammar rules" (Peter herring. ©2016. pag.294) I tried to use the google translator but the translation didn't make sense, and I can't figure it out by myself. I know sometimes in colloquial English it's only used "got" as "have got" indicating obligation, but as this is in a grammar book I don't think this is the case. So the questions I have are:
- What is the meaning of the question? may you give me an example?
- where is the usage of the causative verb there?
- why in the book do they enlist the causative verbs (same page) and instead of using "(to) get" in the infinitive form, they used "got" in the past tense?