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We want to move house next year.
She moves my keys every day and I can never find them!!
A: Do you think you will move house this year?
B: Maybe. We like where we live but want a bigger place.
A: It's so difficult to move.
B: And expensive.
I moved my chair so I could see the television better.
They moved their car so I could park easier.
A: What did you do at the gym?
B: I moved between machines: treadmill, bike and the weights.
A: That sounds tiring.
B: It was!
We're moving house next week! I'm so nervous.
She moved his toy but he still found it.
A: This chair is blocking me. Are you moving it soon?
B: Yes, I was going to move it this weekend.
A: You're moving it now!
B: Yes, okay.
They've moved to a larger property.
We'd moved everything in the flat but it still looked a mess.
A: Who's moved by books?
B: I did. They were pilled everywhere.
A: They were in a particular order. I can't believe you did that!