Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Introducing the English Idioms Blog

Introducing the English Idioms Blog

Recent English Idioms Blog Post:

Behind the times

We use the idiom "Behind the times" to describe someone who is old-fashioned and has methods or practices or technology or even ideas that are regarded as out-dated.


(A) Some of my clients are so "Behind the times"

(B) Mine too, they have to call their trades in rather than use the web-broker.

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