Phrasal verbs and idioms (2) Revision:
Present Simple - Present Perfect - it's a good job Vocabulary if I remember rightly
- if my memory is correct, i.e.
it's a good job
- If I remember rightly, it's Maria's birthday this month, on the 30th.
- it's a good thing, i.e.
it's up to you
- It's a good job we didn't go on holiday with Andrew and Fiona, they said the weather was terrible and the hotel food was awful.
- ‘you' can choose, i.e.- Where shall we go on holiday this year?- It's up to you, I don't mind, *as long as it's somewhere warm and sunny.
*But only if...(to) keep an eye on the time
- must not forget the time, i.e.
(to) pick (someone) up
- We must keep an eye on the time. We've got to be at the airport at ten and it's seven now.
- to collect them, usually in a car, i.e.
- I'll *pick you up at eight.
- Can you *pick up John at the station, he's waiting there now?
The object can go in the middle or at the end, except with 'you' when it is always in the middle. valley
- the low ground between two hills