1. In sight

Today we are going to learn “in sight”. It means visible or something you expect is coming.
(1). No other cars were in sight.
(2). A: How are you feeling these days?
       B: Better. A cure for my illness is in sight.

2. dig in

Another phrase is “dig in”. It is an informal way of saying “start” before meals.
A: When is dinner going to be ready?
B: Right now. Sit down and dig in.