“Down the rabbit hole”

Idiom Chat with The Joy of English (www.thejoyofenglish.ca) and guest, Catherine Lough Haggquist! https://lnkd.in/g4BrsWh7 “Down the rabbit hole” The idiom, “down the rabbit hole” is widely used and means to pursue something which leads to other questions or problems or actions. It conveys the sense that someone spends some time doing something without a clear goal.Continue reading ““Down the rabbit hole””

“Strike while the iron is hot”

Idiom Chat and The Joy of English! with guest, John Prowse! “Strike while the iron is hot” In today’s video, we use the idiom, “strike while the iron is hot”. This idiom is widely used and means to take advantage of something immediately while the opportunity exists. Here are some example sentences to help you:Continue reading ““Strike while the iron is hot””