"The hardest portion of English, I must say it: Idioms." Flula Borg
Friday, August 4, 2017
Crack of dawn
This phrase is literal in origin and in use. That moment when day breaks the night sky. It's actually one of my favorite moments of a 24 hour period, I really treasure the peace of daybreak/dawn. But a lot of times we use the phrase to complain about having to get up early to get to work.