It's high time that Ron went to bed.
It's high time that Ron stopped staying up so late responding to posts.
But it's wrong to say 'It's high time to go', whereas we can say 'It's time to go'.
I think you're right. It would be correct usage if people said "it's high time to", but they don't.Originally Posted by tdol
Brief Verse (Couplets)
sorry, in writing a dialogue do we use inverted commas at the beginning of what smb is saying, or a dash???Thank you
It's tested as an error in some exams here, like the Cambridge Advanced (CAE).
Dear teachers, what does "high time" mean?
Does "hight time" mean the same that "about time"?Originally Posted by ion Joe