One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In the course of a journey.‘I'll tell you on the way home’
- ‘It was full of French students and Portugese holidaymakers on their way back from Ipswich of all places.’
- ‘We packed swiftly and were on our way within half an hour totally oblivious to the incredible journey that still lay ahead.’
- ‘Little children with chubby cheeks pass us on their way to school.’
- ‘Therefore the very next evening I was on my way to attend a rehearsal, and of course to meet the cast.’
- ‘One could not help noticing that more than half the vehicles were passing through the town on their way to the coast.’
- ‘Many of his followers were already on their way and they didn't have mobile phones.’
- ‘Were they, perhaps, pink flamingos, lost on their way back to the Mediterranean?’
- ‘The cathedral bells were being rung as I walked through the cathedral close on my way to work this morning.’
- ‘People walk the same streets on their way to work or wherever, and the world gets familiar.’
- ‘They were obviously on their way into town for the day from somewhere far away.’
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