American English Idiom: Wrap It Up

The English language has many idioms. If you wish to improve your English speaking, then you must learn many idioms when you study English.

So in this English lesson, Joe talks about the American English idiom “Wrap It Up”.

If someone tells you to “wrap it up”, that person is telling you to finish what you are doing.

Idioms are commonly used in real English conversations. The more idioms you learn the better you will understand English language speakers.

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  • nasser

    thank you so much for this help and after i wrap it up this lesson i hope to learn more and more .
    Best wishes

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  • RAFI AHMED FROM PAKISTAN

    SLOW AND STUDY WINS RACE
    SO PLEASE DONT WRAP IT UP

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  • alanod

    Thank you very much . All of your lessons are very useful . SO don’t wrap it up .

  • AbdulSala J. Noori

    Thanks a lot , this idiom is a new one , as I did not hear before , it is very useful , thanks again

  • yury

    Good lesson. Thank you. I wrap up my letter.

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    Thank you so much for giving the idiom and it’s meaning.
    Thank you all the effortless teachers.

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    i really enjoying with your daily lessons, keep it up and never wrap it up :)

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