Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of the Day – 09 January 2018

By | July 20, 2018

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Show up
✔ Meaning:
▪ To arrive at an event or a place where people are gathering

✔ For example:
▪ Show up I’m sure some of the people who showed up at our gallery opening were only there for the free drinks.
▪ Show up Kenny and his friends didn’t show up at the party until after midnight.

✔ Note: Often used in a negative way, to describe people who arrive somewhere late, arrive uninvited, or who arrive in poor condition, such as drunk or poorly dressed.


Idiom of the Day
Feel the pinch
✔ Meaning:
▪ If you are feeling the pinch, you’re finding it harder to survive on your income.

✔ For example:
▪ Since the price of oil went up, lots of businesses have been feeling the pinch.

▪ Inflation has been pretty bad recently, so we’ve all been feeling the pinch.



Daily One #Common_mistakes with #Confused_words

Complain about, not for.
❌ Don’t say: Annette complained for the weather.
✔ Say: Annette complained about the weather.

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