615 – TRACK Idioms

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Did you know that you can keep track, make tracks, lose track and cover your tracks? You can also be on track, on the right track and track something down? Track is one of those interesting words in English because it has a number of different meanings and uses. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at 8 Idioms using track. Let’s study together.

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  • Smartphones and cloud applications make it easy to keep track of your appointments.
  • There are so many new pop stars these days that it’s hard to keep track of who sings what.
  • When you’re enjoying yourself so much, it’s easy to lose track of time.
  • Because the accounting manager wasn’t doing his job well, the company lost track of several big payments.
  • If we don’t make tracks, we’re going to be late for the flight.
  • Oh! I can’t believe it’s after midnight. I totally lost track of time and since I have work tomorrow I’d better make tracks.
  • Hoboken, New Jersey is off the beaten track, but there are a lot of good restaurants there.
  • The last time Charlie stayed in France, he spent a week at a small inn that was off the beaten track.
  • We have a few more things to buy but besides that, we are on track for tomorrow’s party.
  • The manager said that factory is on track to sell its 1 millionth car.
  • Ted is studying very hard in university and working hard at his internship so he’s definitely on the right track.
  • Some college students spend more time drinking than they do studying. Those guys are definitely on the wrong track.
  • Jack was trying to use social media to track down one of his old girlfriends.
  • I broke my mother’s antique cocktail glass and I’ve been trying for a long time to track down a replacement.

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