What does "When it comes to lunch" mean? Example: I like to wing it when it comes to lunch. What does that mean? In the above sentence who is coming to lunch?
Aug 7, 2018 2:23 PM
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"it" is the situation. When it/the situation comes to the topic of lunch, I like to 'wing it' (to improvise). Also used with other words, e.g. when it comes to answering a law question, I start by stating the relevant principles, and then..... When it comes to holidays, I like to do..... I like to see....... "It" could mean 'the situation' or 'the time' or 'the topic of conversation' , e.g. When the situation/topic/time comes for ...... I usually do......
August 7, 2018
As regards, when the situation entails. Source:
August 7, 2018
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