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If I want someone, who is holding the TV remote control, to change the channel on TV, then what should I tell him\her? (1) Switch to another channel? (2) move to another channel? (3) Go to another channel? (5) Turn to another channel? (6)Put on another channel on TV?

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  • Any of those sound acceptable to me (a native American English speaker), though 6 sounds a bit off. "change channels" is how I would say it.
    – Hearth
    Jan 20, 2019 at 19:15
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Move is not commonly used.

I would use most of them except 6

The easiest is:

Switch to channel ______

Some other ways:

Switch to another channel, please

Change the channel, please

Can you change channel, please

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  • Thank you so much D. Manokhin, but does expression 6 still a valid expression, I mean is it correct to say it? Jan 20, 2019 at 19:46
  • @MohammadAL-Shiyab it is but not commonly used
    – user325641
    Jan 20, 2019 at 19:47
  • @MohammadAL-Shiyab no problem. If my answer helped feel free to press the tick next to my answer
    – user325641
    Jan 20, 2019 at 20:05
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Go to channel 2 is easiest and most common. Switch to is acceptable. Move to is not used.

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