Get inspired

Lollo In Trance

Member
Italian - Italy
Hello guys.
Look at this sentence:
"Learn new things, get inspired and go build something amazing in the world!"
Why is written "get inspired" and not " get enlightenment"?
Is it a verbal phrase?
 
  • JustKate

    Senior Member
    What is being discussed here, Lollo? There's nothing wrong with enlightenment in some contexts, but in many others (perhaps most others), inspired is fine, too. It sounds fine to me as far as I can tell, but a little more context will help us understand what you're confused about. :)
     

    JustKate

    Senior Member
    Both get inspired and get enlightenment would fit in here (though enlightenment would be a more unusual choice). The choice of which to use comes down to the writer, and here he apparently decided to emphasize inspiration instead of enlightenment.
     
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