Hi everybody, Alan frequently amazes me with his newsletters. His latest creation is called Briefly and it contains a variety of interesting issues. (Ah, haven’t we discussed the value of the word issues recently?)
Now, one of the expressions Alan introduces in his newsletter is I’m for it. What was new to me is the fact that I’m for it can also mean I’ll be in trouble. (this is probably similar to the phrasal verb construction to do for somebody which Alan has mentioned his Make or Do Story.
OK, to put it briefly: What do you think of Briefly?[YSaerTTEW443543]
TOEIC short conversations: Offering a fruit salad[YSaerTTEW443543]