Phrase of the day “He’s out of his depth” to say that work or studies are too difficult for somebody.
We use this phrase
It’s used formally and informally, and can be both spoken or written.
Here’s an example:
Debbie 🗣 “How did Mike do today in his new job?”
Tony 🗣 “Well, he said that he was a bit out of his depth, but I’m sure he’ll adjust to it eventually”
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