get home

When you want to describe the action of travelling home, you say "go home":

I'm going home now.

But when you're emphasizing the result, you say "get home":

I want to try to get home before six tonight so I can make Jessie's birthday cake.

As soon as I get home, I change into my sweatpants, pour a glass of wine, and curl up on the couch with a book.

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