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The two sentences you said are, as WhatRoughBeast said, ommitting the dyed. If you say "I got my hair [dyed] blond" you are saying that, in the past, you went and had someone dye your hair while if yo …
answered Jul 17 '15 by Blubberguy22
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All are saying that "I" can get it from the tap to do something, and the something is what differs between each of the statements. For the first statement, "you" are saved pumping. That is, "I" get "y …
answered Jul 17 '15 by Blubberguy22