Grammar Patterns

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II.16 The 'turn' group

These verbs are concerned with starting to talk about a different topic. We include here keep, which indicates that someone continues talking about the same topic, and skip, which indicates that someone misses out part of an account they are giving or something they are reading.
Going back to sentencing, I think magistrates' courts in particular are much too inconsistent with their sentencing.
Before you say that you know your skin type, and skip to the next chapter, let me tell you that the odds are in favor of your being wrong in your assessment.
Let us now turn to the problem of compensating the population for higher food prices.
  • come
  • keep
  • move
  • return
  • revert
  • skip
  • switch
  • turn
  • come back
  • get back
  • go back
  • switch over
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