## 2019年7月30日 星期二

### get around to doing something

“get around to doing something " is an idiom that means to finally find the time or motivation to do something that has been postponed or neglected. Here are some sentences using this idiom:

1.       I've been trying to write Sandra’s assignment, but I can never seem to get around to it.

2.       I keep telling myself I'll get around to exercising regularly, but I never seem to have the time.

3.       I know I need to find a tutor to help me study, but I just can't seem to get around to it.