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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 month ago

Get caught vs got caught?

Which of following sentences are correct.

1: You will get caught.

2: You will got caught 

3: If you get caught doing that.

4: If you got caught doing that.

5: What if you get caught?

6: What if you got caught?

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  • HMFan
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    1 is correct.

    2 is plain wrong (you’re mixing future and past tenses).

    3 is missing something either at the beginning or the end of the phrase like “You will be in trouble if you get caught doing that,” or “If you get caught doing that, don’t come crying to me.”

    4 is like 3 but the additional wording is conditional: “You would be in trouble if you got caught doing that,” or “If you got caught doing that you would be punished.”

    5 and 6 are correct (and practically interchangeable) depending on context.

  • Isabel
    Lv 4
    1 month ago

    In the first set, 1 is correct.  In the rest, it could be either depending on context.

  • 1 month ago

    You really should do your own homework . That's how you learn .

  • 1 month ago

    1.  Correct.

    2.  Incorrect.  "will" is future tense, "got" is past

    3.  Not a sentence, but correct as a phrase.

    4.  Not a sentence, but acceptable in dialogue or speech in American English.  The implication is "If you [had] got[ten] caught doing that..."

    5.  Correct.

    6.  This sentence is acceptable in the context of (4.) above.

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  • 1 month ago

    Hi

    dude

    1: You will get caught.

     3: If you get caught doing that.

     5: What if you get caught?

  • 1 month ago

    You will get  caught

  • 1 month ago

         Which of the following sentences are correct?

     1: You will get caught.

     3: If you get caught doing that.

     5: What if you get caught?

  • 1 month ago

    1. Correct. Past tense

    2. Wrong.  Mixing future and past tense

    3. Correct. Present

    4. Wrong. Had gotten. If you mean past. But often said your way.

    5. Correct,

    6. Wrong. Had gotten. But often said your way. In American English.

    Source(s): Native American English speaker. In the US English is often spoken slightly incorrectly,
  • John P
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    1 - good    2 - wrong

    3 and 4 ok. 

    5 and 6 ok.

  • 1 month ago

    1.It looks errorless.

    2.An erroneous sentence.     In active voice sentences after the first auxiliary verb the next verb can't be either in past or past participle form.It will and must be in the base form.  A sentence, I will get my phone repaired tomorrow. Here " get" can never be turned into "got" or " gotten'.

    3.Correct

    4.Correct

    5.Correct

    6.Correct

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