when I read Norwegian it seems very common to use "få" as a modal verb. For example, (I just picked these randomly from the net)
Hver gang du får komme med en mening, tar du feil. ("få" + infinitive. )
En herlig avslappende ferie, men vær ikke får snakket inn i all inclusive ("få" + past participle)
What is being expressed by adding få in these situations? The second looks like a passive construction that could be replaced with "bli snakket". Actually, that sentence is more complicated than I realised. Why do you need the "vær" at the beginning. Couldn't you have
"Men få ikke snakket inn i all inclusive"