Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of Day – 02 February 2018

By | February 2, 2018

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Look at
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ To focus your eyes on something

✔️ For example:
▪️ Look at sb/sth Everybody looked at Miss Universe as she modeled the swimwear.
▪️ Look at sb/sth I felt somebody looking at me, so I turned around to see who it was.


Idiom of the Day
No holds barred
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ If something is done with no holds barred, it’s done without restriction, rules or restraint.

✔️ For example:
▪️ The final game was played with no holds barred. It was very rough football and the referee had a hard time keeping control of things.
▪️ The election campaign turned into a no-holds-barred battle with each candidate trying to find information with which to damage their opponent’s reputation.

✍🏻 Note: If this idiom is used before a noun, hyphens should be added, as in “a no-holds-barred contest”.



Daily One #Common_mistakes with #Confused_words

Count on :
▪️I can count on my parents to help me in an emergency.

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