I want to know the difference between "go crazy " and " get crazy ".

And is this sentence correct ? People go crazy/get crazy to get the limited discount goods.

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"Go crazy" and "Get crazy" are both idioms and are not to be taken literally. To "go crazy" when there's a full moon means that it seems as if people act irrationally during this time of month.

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It's People go crazy to get the limited discount goods

You're always safe with "go": go crazy, go mad, go insane, go nuts. Get crazy" seems better suited to situations than to people.

Hope this helps.

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In my opinion, people go crazy for get limited discount goods.

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i think, but i'm not sure, that the common form is like "that get me crazy or drive me crazy" am i wrong? thanks

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