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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127562: Vocabulary: putting things somewhere and moving them
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    Vocabulary: putting things somewhere and moving them

    Putting things away again and again every time you've moved them!  

    Isn't it the best way to find them when you want them?! It definitely is! 

    There are many ways to move things and put them away... 

    Here are some of them!  




                                                She's leaning against a wall           

     To put something in/ on something else 
     To place something in/ on something  

     To put something down/ To lay sth down/ To set something down

     To lean/ put up/ a ladder against a wall                                                           
     To lay something down on something 
     To perch something on something 
     To lean something against something  



                Perched on a stool                                                    A heap of dirty laundry

     A pile/ to pile up 
     A heap/ to heap up 
     To arrange 
     To align/ to line up 

     To put together/ To organise/ to order

     To link something 
     To attach something to  
     To fix something onto/ in     
     To press something down 
     To pack something into something
     To stuff/ ram/ jam/ something into something                                                   
     To squeeze something into something  
     To wedge something in/ between 


                                                  To be linked with...

    - To place things in a row/ in a circle

    - To join two things together






     To carry/ to bear 
     To bring (brought, brought)                    
     To move/ to shift

     To bring something closer to

     To bring something nearer to 

     To take something off from 

     To take something away from                                                                        

     To remove 

     To withdraw something from 
     To extract something from



                                       Withdrawing money from the bank...


    - To bring things/ people/ together

    - To move sb/ sth away from/ to take sb away

    - To lift/ take sth down from a shelf

    - To change places with sb

     To lift / raise something 

     To heave something up/ along                                                                        
     To lower something 

     To push somebody/ something/ to give somebody a push 

     To push something in/ out 
     To pull/ to pull something out 
     To drag/ to pull 
     To throw sth TO sb
     To throw sth AT sb
     To throw sth out/ to fling/ chuck sth out
     To scatter 
     To pick sth up 
     To let sb in/ out



    There we are! Let's move things... and place them back again!  


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