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Could you tell me the difference of saying "having focus" and "getting focus"?


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Rebecca

To "have focus" usually means that someone is already well-focused and does not have to become focused. Often times someone either "has focus" or they don't, so it may be an inherent trait that they cannot change. In contrast, to "get focus" is something that can be adjusted, meaning that someone is not yet focused and still needs to become focused. Additionally, "get focused" is normally used as a command to tell someone that they need to be focused on something. Ex: She has a lot of focus and always gets the job done quickly. Ex: I cannot get focused on my essay. Ex: Get focused on your homework!


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