You work for a computer company, and several of your coworkers always harp on and on about the way your boss is running the office. They complain about the office environment, the food in the break room, the rules about work attire, and their salaries. So far, you haven’t said anything to them, but the other day, they harped on about the political and religious views of the boss, and you feel that is completely unfair, but you don’t want to cause problems in the office. What is the best way to handle this situation?
“You could look for another job where people don’t harp on and on about the coworkers.”
Sometimes, learners know the meaning of an idiom, but they don’t know how to use it correctly in conversation or writing. Thus, this activity checks your grammatical accuracy with the idiom so you become more confident in using it.