I spot this sentence in a passage in a grammar book, which is written by Longman but I could not figure out how the word get was used grammatically? As far as I know we can get to somewhere. Does it have something to do with street British English?
Here is the full sentence :
Wherever I go you get shops that offer materials and products from Africa and from Afghanistan or from central and eastern Europe and it seems almost as if you one hardly needs to travel any more because the world has come in on us.