Learning English Phrases Everyday(61)

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.

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