Here are some everyday expressions with “way” I’m sure you’ll adopt easily:
Know your way around – be able to get around a place.
Ex: He seems to know his way around the IT industry.
By the way – now that I think of it.
Ex: By the way, Joanna called this afternoon and asked about you.
On your way – going from one place to another.
Ex: I’m on my way to the library.
In every way – in all ways.
Ex: Online communication today is much better in every way.
Lose your way – become or get lost
Ex: I’m afraid I lost my way on the island. Do you have a map?
The other way around – the opposite situation.
Ex: We are translating from Arabic to English and the other way around.