Monday, September 1, 2008

Do these sentences have the same meaning?


Do these sentences have the same meaning?

1. You'll get through to.
2. You'll be put through to.
3. You'll go through to.

3 comments:

Achilles's Heel said...

1. You are currently in it, and you will get out.
2. You aren't in it, but some other force other than yourself will put you through it.
3. You aren't in it right now, but will in the future.

Medulla said...

1. When someone is in some situation mostly difficult situation and will come out of it.
2. Someone puts you in the situation.
3. You may encounter some situation.

aanchal said...

Hey good work ,varun.keep writing !

Cheers,
Ekta