Phrase: To lose track of time
Hey amigos, today we learn about the phrase To Lose Track of Time.
You’ve probably heard it before, now is your chance to use it! Enjoy :)
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Today we’re learning about the phrase:
To lose track of time
Have you heard this phrase before?
I’m sure you have heard of this phrase before – either in the movies or listening to the music. I mean I heard this phrase spoken here in the streets as I’m walking around the shops, the supermarket. I hear people say this phrase, it’s a common phrase used by native speakers.
To lose track of time.
When you use it, you use it in the past tense. Most of the time you’d use it in the past tense.
I lost track of time.
You lost track of time.
She/He lost track of time.
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