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Yesterday a member of our home ‘Your English Vocabulary’ contacted me via contact form (I don’t like to reveal the real name, let’s name him Joe) and the email said something like this:
“Hi there, I really love the way you teach. I totally understand your concepts and teachings and I think you should post on daily basis.”
I am glad that you love our content. We will try to publish at least 10 blogs a month, but the problem is, we have a tight schedule day in and out. So each member of our team contributes a little for the blog, someone at replying the emails while I write and edit post (Of course I get the idea from my Sunita ma’am and my experiences) and further things by other members. Everyone has a quite busy schedule but we will definitely try to increase the number of posts down the line.
Your English Vocabulary.”
His reply: “I understand that. By the way what is the meaning of down the line?”
Hopefully from the context you would have got a clue what it actually means:
Well, if not….
It means: in the future.
- Though Ben is working quite hard, let’s see if he makes it in any competition down the line.”
- Robin is a good basketball player, but I am not sure if he will play like this down the line.”
Do you know now what it means when someone uses this idiom ‘down the line’?
Let me know in the comment section below.
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