In this lesson, you will learn 10 common idioms with DAY that are often used in conversations.
ONE DAY | SOME DAY
When you talk about some time in the future.
DAY AND NIGHT
All the time
DAY IN, DAY OUT
When you talk about something that you do every day for a long period of time.
Note: Something that you do every day for a long time, especially in a way that is boring.
FROM ONE DAY TO THE NEXT
If something changes from one day to the next, it changes suddenly.
AT THE END OF THE DAY (informal)
After you have taken everything into consideration.
THE OTHER DAY
At some point in the recent past, a few days ago.
IN THIS DAY AND AGE
At the present time, nowadays, these days, in the modern world
MAKE SOMEONE'S DAY
To make someone very happy
CALL IT A DAY (informal)
If you 'call it a day', you stop an activity for the rest of the day. (e.g. work, study)
(AS) CLEAR AS DAY | (AS) PLAIN AS DAY
When something is easy to see or understand.
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Commonly Used Phrases in Spoken English
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