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In this lesson, you will learn how to use six English verbs to talk about change.
If something varies, it changes depending on the situation.
To change attention or a situation
To change your behaviour in order to deal more successfully with a new situation.
To change something to make it suitable for a different purpose.
When you change from doing or using one thing to doing or using another.
To replace one thing with another, or exchange things.
To change, or to make someone or something change
To change and to start to be something different
Complete the gaps with the correct form of the verbs below. One of the verbs can be used twice.
vary - shift - adapt - switch - alter - become (2x)
1. adapt; 2. is becoming / has become; 3. alter; 4. shift; 5. vary; 6. switched; 7. have become;
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Confusing words: Bring vs. Take
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Confusing words in English: Crowded vs. Congested
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