Most Popular Idioms List

Index of Common Phrases

GoEnglish.com = Today's English Idioms and Phrases


Today's Idiom = "Call The Meeting To Order"






www.goenglish.com
 Send Me The GoEnglish Weekly Preview of English Idioms 



Call The Meeting To Order ( officially begin the meeting with everyone following the rules ... )

"Call The Meeting To Order"



You call the meeting to order when you declare that the meeting has begun and ask everyone to pay attention and follow the rules.

Example: "Everyone quiet down so we can call this meeting to order."



Once the meeting is "called to order", the rules of the meeting ("order") must be followed by all members.

Example: "This meeting is now called to order."





Call The Dogs Off

Call The Roll


Pocket English Idioms by GoEnglish.com


  Send Me The GoEnglish Weekly Preview of English Idioms  
 Your e-mail address:
     
 Any question or comment:
    


GoEnglish.com teaches the meaning of English idioms and phrases. For native and non-native English speakers of all ages. To start (or stop) receiving the GoEnglish.com Weekly Preview of English Idioms at any time please enter your name in the form above or send an email to Subscribe<at>GoEnglish.com (or Unsubscribe<at>GoEnglish.com). We always respect your privacy by never sharing an email address. All content is copyrighted by GoEnglish.com, illustrations by Rita Tseng, written by Adam Sullivan. Adam is an experienced English teacher with a degree in English from Cornell University.  Your questions are welcome. Thanks, Adam<at>GoEnglish.com

Link to this page:
<a href="http://www.GoEnglish.com/Idioms/Call+The+Meeting+To+Order.asp">
"Call The Meeting To Order" at GoEnglish.com</a>