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    on the ball / on the go / on the fly

    Teachers,

    could you pls explain the meaning and usage of "on the ball, "on the fly" and "on the go" ?


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    Hi,

    Imagine you were a clown and you were standing on a big colorful ball. Do you have to be aware of surroundings? Do you have to pay attention to everything and focus yourself one thing from falling off? Yes, you need to be quick to understand and to react to things Click here


    Are you an on-the-fly person? Do you do things in a haste?
    On the fly



    On the go means busy, not stopping to rest. I've been on the go all day and I need a rest now. Check this, Something on the go!


    Hope that helps!


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    #3
    gd explanation. :D

    Thanks so much,blacknomi.


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    You're welcome.

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