One-Point English Idiom Lesson – On a Roll

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Are you on a roll? When you are on a roll you are experiencing success after success. You have a series of successes. When you use this idiom, the grammar pattern is always on a roll. We can’t say “on the roll,” or any other variation. Plus, we almost always use to be on a roll.

  • The team is on a roll. They won 6 games in a row.
  • Everything is going great for Jane, she’s on a roll.
  • The comedian told one funny joke after another. He was really on a roll.

I hope you all will be on a roll this week. Keep studying!



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