Today, we’re going to look at six different ways that we use TOUCH. You can be in touch, get in touch, keep in touch, be out of touch, and a situation can be touch and go.
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- I’m still in touch with three of my friends from high school.
- Social media helps us be in touch with a lot of people all over the world.
- My friend Donna keeps in touch with her cousins who live in France.
- Good luck in your new position in Singapore. Let’s stay in touch, OK?
- I’ve tried to get in touch with my aunt, but she hasn't answered the phone. I guess she’s out shopping.
- Well, I’m leaving for Atlanta. I’ll get in touch with you when I come back.
- Rick tries to touch base with his customers once a month to see if they need anything.
- I have to touch base with the doctor to see if my lab test results are available.
- I asked the doctor about Eddie’s condition, and he said that it was touch and go after the surgery, but now he seems to be doing OK.
- I talked to Joe about his new bakery business. It seems it was touch and go after the grand opening, but now he’s getting more and more customers.
- Paul still wears a denim jacket and cowboy boots. He’s a little out of touch with fashion trends these days.
- Mike only listens to jazz, so he is totally out of touch with the world of pop music.
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