Could you help me with this issue please?
Knowing that the correct option is 'b', I would like to know if there can be a better explanation for 'b' and if options 'a' and 'b' are the opposite idea. Any other suggestion are more than welcome.
1.- She was really in a hurry this morning.
Word class: an idiomatic phrase.
a) She was taking her time.
b) She didn't have much time.
c) She was in no rush at all.
Thanks in advance
Last edited by learning54; 29-Dec-2011 at 11:52.
What about "She had to make it snappy"?
She was in a rush.
She was short on time.
She was pressed/pushed for time.
She raced against the clock/time.
and so on, but I don't think one is better than the others ,they are basically interchangeable.
Last edited by masterding; 29-Dec-2011 at 12:59.