Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of Day – 16 February 2018

By | February 16, 2018

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Hand on
✔ Meaning:
▪ If you hand something on, you pass it to somebody else.

✔ For example:
▪ After you’ve signed the petition, hand it on to the next person.
▪ Instead of doing the job himself, he handed it on to one of his subordinates.



Idiom of the Day
Ignorance is bliss
✔ Meaning:
▪ You can say “ignorance is bliss” when you want to say that not knowing about something unpleasant can be better than knowing about it and worrying about it.

✔For example:
▪ What’s the point in knowing about all these problems if we can’t do anything about them? Sometimes ignorance is bliss, you know.
▪ I didn’t go to the doctor at first because I was thinking ignorance is bliss. But now I wish I’d gone and had some treatment, of course.


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