Move around


Senior Member
Hello. Imagine that I am explaining to someone why I choose to be a cook as a profession. I would say something like, "I like being a cook because the skills I learn will be very transferable. If I _______, I will still be able to find a job as a cook relatively easily".

For the underlined part, should it be:
1. move,
2. move around,
3. move to a different place?

Are they the same or different? Which do you think is the best?

  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    “Move” and “move to a different place” would be taken to mean the same as each other.

    “Move around” implies not settling in one area for any length of time but constantly moving from place to place.
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