move along / move ahead / move forward

Little Chandler

Senior Member
español (ESP)
Hi everyone,

I've often heard "move along" when talking about business, projects, etc. Would it also be possible to use "move ahead" or "move forward"?

I'm happy to hear things are moving along/ahead/forward in your second-hand clothing business.

Would all three sound natural to a native ear?

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