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Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?]



 
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Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?] #1 (permalink) Fri Apr 05, 2013 17:12 pm   Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?]
 

Hi teachers,
Six o'clock and he has already gotten up.
Six o'clock and he has already gotten out of bed.

Thanks.
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Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?] #2 (permalink) Fri Apr 05, 2013 17:59 pm   Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?]
 

If you're asking whether the two mean the same, then yes, pretty much.

(In BrE it would be "got" rather than "gotten".)
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Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?] #3 (permalink) Fri Apr 05, 2013 18:07 pm   Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?]
 

Hi Dozy,
Yes! That's what I'm asking for. Thanks a lot for your reply.

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Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?] #4 (permalink) Sat Apr 06, 2013 23:25 pm   Gotten out of bed [synonym for gotten up?]
 

Dozy wrote:
(In BrE it would be "got" rather than "gotten".)

Ditto for Murkin English
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