“Up In The Air” was the Most Popular Vocabulary our Students Learned Last Week

“Up In The Air” was the Most Popular Vocabulary our Students Learned Last Week


For the week of February 15th, here is the vocabulary term that we taught our students the most at Eh Plus English in Vancouver.

Up in the air

  • Up in the air
  • Definition: Undecided, uncertain, not sure
  • Example Sentence:
    My plans for the weekend are still up in the air. What’re you doing?
    I might move to Calgary, or I could go to Toronto. It’s up in the air.
    I’m up in the air on picking a movie to watch on Netflix. Do you know any good ones?
  • Tip: A thing can be up in the air, or you can be up in the air about something
2016-11-18T10:41:55+00:00By |Categories: Most Popular Vocabulary, Uncategorized|

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