Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of the Day – 03 January 2018

By | January 3, 2018

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Jump on
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ If someone jumps on you, they strongly criticise you.

✔️ For example:
▪️ Jump on If one of his staff makes a mistake, Donald jumps on them and tells them they’ll be fired if they do it again.
▪️ Jump on Human rights organisations jumped on the government for causing the deaths of so many innocent people.

Idiom of the Day
It’s high time
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ If you say it’s high time something was done, you think it should have been done already, and is overdue.

✔️ For example:
▪️It’s high time Mick got a real job. He’s been wasting his time singing in that Rolling Stones band for too long.
▪️It’s high time you started looking after your body. You’re not a teenager any more, you know !



Daily One #Common_mistakes with #Confused_words

Congratulate on, not for.
❌ Don’t say: I congratulate you for your success.
✔️ Say: I congratulate you on your success.

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