IDIOM – into high gear

INTO HIGH GEAR

(idiom) – faster and more powerful speed

Example #1:
Student #1:  I want to quickly improve my speaking skills but that’s difficult to do in my home country.
Student #2:  You should go to America and travel with Language on Vacation.  That will kick your speaking skills into high gear!

Example #2:
Athlete:  When I exercise, I start by walking.  After 5 minutes, I get into high gear and run as fast as I can.

Post your own example of *IN HIGH GEAR* in the comments section below.

When travelling with Language on Vacation, your first day in the United States of America will be an easy, relaxing day, but we get into high gear on Day 2 by studying English and travelling around the US.

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