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  1. Yourjones
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    Change the air

    Hi,

    When the air in the room is stale, we need to open the windows to "change the air"? Or is there any other expressions you commonly use?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Change the air

    'Let some fresh air in.'

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    Re: Change the air

    Or just let some air in.

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    Re: Change the air

    Can "ventilate" also be used?

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    Re: Change the air

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    Can "ventilate" also be used?
    Yes.

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    #6

    Re: Change the air

    I am not a teacher.

    In BrE at least you can simply "air the room"

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