1. what’s in store for
Today we are going to learn “what’s in store for”. It means “what is going on”, “what will happen”.
A: What’s in store for little Billy when he gets to school?
B: He’ll be in a new class with a new teacher.
2. about the only
Another phrase is “about the only”. It means “almost the only”.
(1). About the only fun you’ll have in that class is when the bell rings!
(2). English and mathematics are about the only things that require special study.