38 – How To Use MOVE – English Vocabulary Lesson

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Let’s learn how to use move in English. Move is a verb and sometimes English learners use move in an unnatural way. Check out how to use move today!

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  1. Hi Michael,

    Here is my answer.
    Because we need pack all of our stuffs in boxes and get someone to move those boxes. Then once we get to our new place, we will set up the furniture and spend a lot of time moving it around until it’s in the best position.

    Next summer, we are supposed to move…

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