Over-the-Hump-Wednesday Grammar and Idioms Lesson (July 31, 2019)

Over-the-Hump Wednesday

Dear NESE Community:

Welcome to another week of “Over-the-Hump-Wednesday.”

This week, many NESE students have been studying irregular verbs such as:

Sometimes after studying for several hours (irregular verbs, adjective clauses, and prepositions – just as examples), some people feel tired. Even though it is only 11:00 in the morning, some people decide to “call it a day”. They might say, “You know, I have had enough of English grammar for now. I am going to call it a day.”

Call it a day

“To call it a day” indicates that you want to stop what you are doing, that you have had enough of your activity.

And so we are going to “call it a day” and say good-bye to you until next week.

As always, we send you our kind regards,

The NESE Grammar Team

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