Everyday English- round up/ round off

Everyday English for Today’s People
Round up or Round off?
When you mean to bring to completion, Do Not say ‘round up, Say ‘round off’.
To round up means: to bring animals or people together for a particular purpose
To round off means: to polish/brush up/bring to completion
Eg. It’s getting late, please let us round off the meeting.✔️
It’s getting late, please let us round up the meeting. ❌
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©Adwoa A Akuamoah.

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