verb + one's way + preposition + noun

verb + one's way + preposition + noun

Created:06 Oct 2017 17:59:54 , in  advanced

Pattern

Verb + one's way + preposition + noun pattern often serves as means of describing a method of scrapping through or moving into / out of / to something in a particular manner.

Example sentences

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For the last 20 years John has worked his way to a better career in media.

Tim was relentless at working his way to the top of this company.

We had to fight our way through a crowd of football fans before alighting from the train.

He talked his way into our group just to leave it after the first argument.

This post was updated on 06 Oct 2017 18:13:39

Tags:  noun ,  preposition ,  verb 

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made our way home   has been working his way to the end   make their way into the bloodstream   made her way to the checkout   talked my way out of doing washing-up   ate his way through two bowls of soup  

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