Idiom: under construction
— This website is still under construction.
— There’s a lot of traffic on the freeway because the bridge is under construction.
— We have a sign up at the front of the store letting know customers that we're still open while the building is under construction.
— How long has that house been under construction? It looks the same as when I was here eight months ago.
— I've still haven't ever seen the inside of the Colosseum in Rome. It was under construction when we visited the city.
— Our office building is under construction so we're all working at home this summer.
— The older section of the museum is under construction but you can still visit the new wing.
— I never thought this church would be under construction for three years!
— That section of town is always under construction so there's no parking and lots of traffic. Take the metro instead.
— Unfortunately, the monument was under construction and covered in scaffolding so I couldn't get any good pictures.
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