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    Using the term " shift" in sentences.

    For Instance I do day shift in a company and I change the shift with another one in the evening. so I want to use the term "shift" in sentences when it comes to receiving and passing it with another one.

    Can I use the term in the following sentences:

    I passed my shift to him.
    I gave my shift to him.
    I recieved the shift from him.
    I took the shift from him.

    If the above sentences are correct what else can be used in the same pattern.
    If they are wrong please rectify them.
    Thanks

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    Re: Using the term " shift" in sentences.

    You switched shifts with him.

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