Today’s word is straightforward. Literally.
Straightforward is an adjective which can be used to describe both people and things.
A straightforward person is honest and frank while something straightforward is uncomplicated and easy to do or understand.
‘Due to planned engineering works Jeremy’s commute from Finchley Central to Waterloo was not going to be quite as straightforward as on a normal Wednesday.’
Is there something you’ve had to do recently which wasn’t as straightforward as you had anticipated?
Or maybe the other way round?
Tell us about it and practise your English!