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crazy in English it hot get / getting / become crazy?

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Hello,

it's get crazy or even better go crazy.

get + adjective = be

Other examples:

I'm getting old. The weather is getting worse and worse. I'm getting bored with this.

But watch out:

get get + noun =

If you say to the waiter (waiter) in the restaurant; "I become a chicken." He will bend with laughter, because you have not ordered chicken, but because you said, "I'm a chicken." You should have said: "I get a chicken." (I get a chicken.)

Even if one should say right when ordering at the restaurant: I'll have a chicken. (spontaneous decision, the moment of speaking) or I am going to have a chicken. (Personal intent, personal plan)

In this case, become for us German a false friend (false friend) and are called.

get hand is scored.

:-) AstridDerPu

It's to go / become insane.

Go or become crazy.

to go / become nuts

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