Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

What should you say when you’re unsure of your plans in English?

Today we’ll show you one native English phrase to express your uncertainty about your social life and your plans.

When you aren’t sure what’s going to happen you can say that your plans are “up in the air.”

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Sample sentences:

  • “My plans with my friend were up in the air until he actually arrived in Boston.”
  • “With the wedding everything was up in the air so I couldn’t make plans to hang out with my good friends.”
  • “Things were up in the air with my plans and unfortunately they fell through.”
  • “Next summer is still up in the air. I have a loose vision of what I want to do. It’s going to be a commitment to make the choice.”
  • “Is anything still up in the air with your wedding?”


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