Hey guys it’s Michael here from Happy English and I help people speak English better.
For today’s English lesson, we’re going to have a look at how we use the word match, and how we can talk about things and people that match. Let’s get the ball rolling!
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details.
- That necktie really matches that suite.
- Whenever she goes out, Jenny makes sure that her shoes match her bag.
- This ottoman matches my sofa, so I think I’ll buy it.
- The company matched the job applicants to the open positions they had.
- We have a mixed box of nuts and bolts. Let’s see if we can match them.
- Beer and pizza are a good match…or…Beer is a good match with pizza.
- That neck tie and suit are a good match….or….That necktie is a perfect match with that suit.
- Paul and Lauren both love beer, pets, and camping. They’re a perfect match!
- You and I both love the same things. We’re a perfect match.
- This sauce is a perfect match with pasta.
- Many foodies say that white wine is a good match with chicken and fish, and red wine is a good match with meat.
- This wine goes well with this kind of cheese.
- Japanese sake goes well with sushi.
- This sauce the pasta are a good combination.
- Ketchup and French Fries are a perfect combination!
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