Jul 05

Learn British English Free (video): “on point” idiom

In this free British English lesson, Chris explains how to use the “on point” idiom with examples.

Something is “on point” means it is perfect or as good as possible.

“Shakira and J-Lo were on point at the Superbowl this year.”

“Messi’s shooting was on point last night.” (football)

“Chris’s hair is always on point.”


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