Today’s idiom is:
HANG IN THERE
Learning American English can be hard, so hang in there and keep practicing.
You may be wondering hang where? In a closet? NO.
We use this idiom to say: keep going; don’t give up
This idiom may have come from the sport of boxing where a fighter may HANG on the ropes around the ring or the opponent so he can avoid being punched and rest for a few seconds before continuing the fight.