IDIOM – get the ball rolling

GET THE BALL ROLLING

(Idiom, slang) – to start a new process, to start an activity, or a series of events

Example:
Student A: We should travel to America!
Student B: We have been talking about going to America for 5 years, but we never do anything about it.
Student A: Well let’s get the ball rolling! You book the hotels and I’ll book the airfare and we’ll go to the American consulate to get our travel visas together!

Try to create your own examples in the comments section below!

get the ball rolling

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