Do you know the English expression “to be on course for (something)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Rita: How is David doing in his new business?
Ned: He has many new customers, so he is on course for success.
Does it mean:
a) taking a course in something
b) unlikely to do something
c) likely to achieve something
d) following a set course
The answer is below!
Answer: c) likely to achieve something