Hi, This expression means that if people really want to do something, they will manage to find a way of doing it. Do you know <SPAN class=hps closure_uid_rn0ak="276">other beautiful</SPAN> <SPAN class=hps closure_uid_rn0ak="277">expressions</SPAN> <SPAN class=hps closure_uid_rn0ak="278">like this one</SPAN><SPAN closure_uid_rn0ak="279">?</SPAN> Thanks sharing them. Regards
Hi, I'm here to share idioms / expressions : 1) "Biting one’s fingernails" can suggest being nervous about something 2) There is also another sentence in which we find again a story of fingers: "to regret bitterly" when we'd better bite fingers to have done something we regret. Maybe, someone could correct me if there are others ways o express these two feelings. - nervousness - regret if you know some idiom to express : to mope, the worry, being anxious... i'm very interested. Regards
I really want to share an idiom with you (i learn it today): Time flies when you're having fun
it's something that we say, which means that time goes quickly when you are enjoying yourself Usage notes: Often used humorously when you are talking about an activity which was not enjoyable. 'I can't believe we've spent four hours cleaning this carpet.' 'Well, time flies when you're having fun.'
Hi εBrain, Thank εBrain. i'll try to capture the subtlety
"This system" is something which we refer, but this system is not here.
In my example, Since Luna is writing her own letter, we need the closer term: 'hereby'.
but is it because she uses here, this letter to inform the staff that the contract between our two companies is terminated (hereby terminated) or because this is her letter which announce the contract end?