Quote of the week:
“The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance; it is the illusion of knowledge.” Daniel J. Boorstin
Idiom of the week:
up in the air
Meaning: If something such as a plan to do something, or details of an agreement, are up in the air, they still haven′t been decided or settled yet.
- The meeting will definitely take place, but details such as the venue and the date are still up in the air.
- The selection of players for the tour has been left up in the air until we get the results of their medical tests.
Saying of the week:
No pain, no gain
If we do not do hard work, and suffer some pain, we will achieve or gain nothing.
Phrasal verb of the week:
Meaning: If you see about something, you make an effort to arrange it or organise it.
- see about sth When are you going to see about that job?
- see about doing sth Mark′s going to see about getting a loan for his new business.