early days

This page is about the collocation early days

collocation pattern: adjective + noun


soon after something begins

For example

  • It's still early days in the course, but I've already learned a lot.

  • Don't worry. It's early days yet and we're still nowhere near the final deadline.

Mostly used in British and Australian English

Quick Quiz

It was still early days in the match, so we

a. hadn't started playing yet

b. still had plenty of time

c. had a few minutes left

Contributor: Matt Errey