Hand on heart despite my best efforts as an adult to try and make up for an appalling education this was the first time I had ever heard that the word got should not be used in many cases, I do understand that it is superflous in the examples but does not sound wrong to my ears.
ALBF makes many grammatical and spelling errors when he posts on here, I completely get why (oops!) as he has spent a huge proportion of his adult life in France, I see the same in what write, when I can see it with my old eyes that is, my mind is telling my fingers what to write and what comes on the screen is incorrect, "their" frequently when I know full well it should be "there" many of the errors ALBF makes i make myself but generally edit them out but I am getting to a stage where I either cannot see the errors any more or doubt my own memory of how they should be spelled, as an example I wanted to write spelt, maybe that is the correct way, I have real trouble with ie and ei these days yet before moving to France despite the complete lack of spelling correction or teaching in my education I very rarely made mistakes, I was blessed to share a secretary with the MD for a few years and whilst she would often correct my grammar and add punctuation and patiently explain to me why (lack of education again) it was rare for her to correct my spelling.
Luckily at my age embarrassment will not stop me from continuing to communicate in both languages, lucky for me, not for those who have to read my dribble.
left school honestly not knowing what a comma, colon or semi-colon was for, I would write a paragraph and then go through and sprinkle it with them like a condiment