Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of the Day – 28 December 2017

By | December 28, 2017

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Drive away
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ To cause someone or something to leave a place

✔️ For example:
▪️ Drive sb/sth away The government’s strict new laws on currency trading will drive foreign investors away.
▪️ Drive away sb/sth The farmers are using automatic air guns to drive away the birds.



Idiom of the Day
A necessary evil
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ If you say something is a necessary evil, you don’t like it but you understand that it has to be accepted sometimes or it has to exist.

✔️ For example:
▪️ Sandra says money’s a necessary evil. She thinks it causes many problems, but she can’t imagine how the world could work without it.
▪️ My brother regards exercise as a necessary evil. He hates doing it, but he knows he has to do it if he wants to stay healthy.



Daily One #Common_mistakes with #Confused_words

Depend on or upon, not from.
❌ Don’t say: It depends from her.
✔️ Say: It depends on (or upon) her.

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