move on

This page is about the phrasal verb move on.

Meaning: If you move on, you stop doing one activity and start doing another, or stop discussing one topic and start discussing another.

For example:

  • move on After the instructor showed us how to build up our leg muscles, he moved on to exercises for the arms.

  • move on This topic's been covered now so let's move on to the next topic on the agenda.

Quick Quiz:

After we've covered the history of China, we'll move on to

a. Japanese history

b. lunch break

c. the library

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Contributor: Matt Errey