Grammar Patterns

on N

The 'show' and 'sale' group

These nouns are used to indicate that something is being displayed or made available.
It has around 5,000 properties on its books, half of which it owns.
The house has been on the market for 18 months and I've only had two couples who came to view.
Clueless is currently on release nationwide.
Tickets are on sale now, priced £6.50.
Works by two of Britain's post-modernist painters, Colin Smith and Ian Jones, were on show at the Barbican's Concourse Gallery.
  • on display
  • on draught
  • on exhibit
  • on exhibition
  • on loan
  • on offer
  • on release
  • on sale
  • on show
  • on tap
  • on view
  • on the market
  • on our books
  • See related content

    NEW from Collins!
    NEW from Collins!
    English Word Lists
    English Word Lists
    Latest Word Submissions
    Latest Word Submissions
    Easy Learning English Grammar
    Easy Learning English Grammar
    COBUILD Grammar Patterns
    COBUILD Grammar Patterns
    Word Lover's Blog
    Word Lover's Blog
    Online Scrabble Checker
    Online Scrabble Checker
    The Paul Noble Method
    The Paul Noble Method
    Create an account and sign in to access this FREE content
    Register now or login in to access