01. We [switched] our bank accounts to a credit union because we felt they give better service.
02. My wife [switched] from coffee to herb tea because it doesn't keep her awake at night.
03. I originally started studying to be an elementary school teacher, but [switched] to ESL because I prefer to work with adults.
04. My husband has [switched] to light beer because he was afraid he was getting a real beer-belly.
05. Just put the detergent into the washing machine, and press the [switch]; it's that easy!
06. We recently [switched] from an oil furnace to a gas furnace, and have saved lots of money.
07. I always [switch] to a lower gear on my bike when I stop at a light so that it's easy to get going once the light turns green.
08. The [switch] on the lamp is wearing out so you have to move it around a bit to get it to turn on.
09. My new digital camera automatically [switches] off to save power if I don't use it for a minute or so.
10. The young boy was stopped by a security agent at the department store after he was seen [switching] the price tags on some clothes he was buying.
11. The last, dying words of actor Humphrey Bogart were "I should never have [switched] from Scotch to Martinis."
12. I [switched] places on the airplane with a little boy who wanted to sit next to the window.
13. We flew to Seattle from San Antonio, but the flight took longer than expected because we had to [switch] planes in Salt Lake.
14. Groucho Marx once remarked, "I find television very educational. Every time someone [switches] it on I go into another room, and read a good book."
15. During the 1200s, the upper class of society in England adopted Norman fashions, and [switched] from beer to wine.

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