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  • Let's look at five ways that we can use the word 'set'.

  • 'Set' can mean 'ready', so:

  • 'Are you set? Then let's begin.'

  • 'A set' can mean 'a collection'.

  • 'This video is part of a set of English In A Minute videos.'

  • 'Set' can also mean 'put in place'.

  • 'I can set my glass on the table.'

  • We can also 'set a date' and this means 'to arrange a date', for example:

  • 'We have set the date for our wedding. It's on the 1st of June'.

  • If we are 'set on something', we are strongly in favor of it, for example: 'I am set on getting married in June.'

  • And we can use 'set against' to say that we are 'strongly against something', for example:

  • 'My parents are set against my wedding.'

  • Oh, no!

Let's look at five ways that we can use the word 'set'.

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5 ways to use 'set' - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/10/19
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