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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84591: Expressions with ON
Expressions with ON
Call on - to choose someone to do something; to visit someone
Carry on - to continue doing something
Catch on - to begin to understand
Check on - to examine
Count on - to trust somebody to do something
Depend on - to trust somebody to do what you expect or want
Get on - to enter a vehicle other than a car (a plane, train, boat, etc)
Go on - to continue doing something
Hang on - to tell someone to wait for you
Have on - to be wearing
Hold on - to tell someone to wait for you
Keep on - to continue doing something
Let on - to say what you know
Look on - to observe
Put on - to dress yourself in something
Switch on - to turn on equipment that functions by water, electricity and gas
Take on - to hire
Try on - to check clothes before buying
Turn on - to switch on equipment that functions by water, electricity and gas
Wait on - to serve someone in a restaurant or store
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