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you might get the weather forecast by watching the people on TV

A report from the weather office

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Reporter1: Well, you might get the weather forecast by watching the people on TV. But this is where the people on TV get their weather.

Reporter2: We’re at the weather office. This is the place where people who really know something about the weather try to figure out what the weather would be like today, tomorrow, the next day and so on.

Weatherman: Turn to northern Ontario, looking at very pleasant …

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I have two questions:



you might get the weather forecast by watching the people on TV.

1- What does “get” mean in this sentence"?

Does it mean “perceive/notice/understand” or something else?

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this is where the people on TV get their weather.

2- What does “get” mean in this sentence"?

Does it mean “receive/obtain” or something else?



Thank you

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