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I saw someone in a movie say, I don't know the difference between "You get him off of me."and"You get him off me." Please, tell me the difference.

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In average speech there is no difference, the only difference between the two phrases is that "off of" is technically grammatically incorrect, however this is only a minor difference and it is only a technical difference.

You can use either for all the same situations.

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