1 November

Expressions explained | to be barking up the wrong tree

He¬†thought the¬†boss was annoyed because he¬†hadn’t finished the project yet, but he was barking up the wrong tree. She thinks I can get her¬†the job, but I‚Äôm afraid she‚Äôs barking up the wrong tree. You‚Äôre barking up the wrong tree if you think putting the customer under pressure will achieve anything. To be barking up […]

4 September

Expressions explained | To give someone the sack.

To give someone the sack, also: to sack someone; to get the sack If she comes late again we‚Äôll have to give her the sack. They sacked him for hitting a colleague. John got the sack from his last job. To give someone the sack or to sack someone means to fire or dismiss them. […]