What does " it is pretty straightforward" mean in this paragraph?
Here is the paragraph:
"If you have done this before, you already know what to do, but if you have not, it is pretty straightforward and only takes a couple of tries to learn"
What does " it is pretty straightforward" mean in this paragraph? Thank you!
It sort of tells you.
It means that the thing is not very complicated. So, as it says, you will learn it quickly.
The metaphor, I guess, is that there are few turns to learn: It just goes straight, easy to follow.