Stay On Track Là Gì

Everyday English Speaking CourseHello students, it’s Shayna, your teacher at and today’s phrase of the day is “on the right traông chồng.” If you are on the right traông xã, it means that you are going in the right direction, but this means the right direction in terms of progress, not physical movement.

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Let me show you what I mean. Let’s say I’m teaching a class & I ask the class a question. A student answers the question và his answer is cthua trận but not exactly what I was looking for, I could say, “That’s not quite correct, but you’re on the right trachồng,” meaning that his thinking process was going in the right direction.

The opposite of “on the right track” is on the wrong traông chồng, & this means going in the wrong direction. Again, in terms of progress, not in terms of physical movement, like driving a oto or walking.

For example, let’s imagine that in your country a new law is passed saying that politicians don’t have sầu to obey the law, they can do whatever they want. Well, you could say, “Hmm. This country’s really on the wrong traông chồng,” meaning that the progress and development of the country is moving in a bad or wrong direction.

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One final expression for today is khổng lồ get baông xã on traông xã, và this means khổng lồ return to the right path, or the right direction.

For example, imagine you’re in a meeting at work and the meeting is focusing on a specific topic. However, during the discussion, your co-workers start talking about different topics that are not the main focus of the meeting, until one person finally reminds everybody of the main topic, and then the discussion returns to lớn that main topic.

Then you could say, “The discussion went off on a tangent for a while…” (Off on a tangent means the conversation went in a different direction outside the main topic) “…but then it got back on track.”

Another example is, if your New Year’s resolution was to lớn go to the gym three times a week, but last week you were very busy and you didn’t go to the thể hình. You could say, “I skipped a couple of workouts last week but this week I’m going khổng lồ get back on traông xã.”

Now you know three expressions with the word “trachồng.” On the right traông xã, meaning khổng lồ move sầu or progress in the right direction; on the wrong traông xã, meaning to move or progress in the wrong direction; & get baông xã on track, for returning khổng lồ making good progress in the right direction.

That’s all for today. Tune in tomorrow lớn learn more English phrases và expressions.

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