have the chance (to)

This page is about the collocation have the chance (to)

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to have the opportunity or the time

For example

  • We go to the beach whenever we have the chance.

  • If you had the chance to study English abroad, would you go?

Note:
Similar collocations include "get a chance (to)" and "have an opportunity (to)"

Quick Quiz

If you've never had the chance to go overseas, you've

a. never been lucky overseas

b. never been able to go

c. never wanted to go

Contributor: Matt Errey