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    Phrasal Verb

    how can I say in phrasal verb or as an idiom "make more chance". I tried rise chance or make chance but I'm not sure that is true.

    I try to say if you experience this way for doing something you'll have more chance.

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    Re: Phrasal Verb

    You're right, you couldn't say 'make your chance' or 'rise chance', that doesn't work.

    You could say 'increase your chances' or 'Have a better chance'.

    e.g.

    Buying more raffle tickets will increase your chances of winning a prize.
    or
    If you buy more raffle tickets, you will have a better chance of winning a prize.

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