Up with the lark – English Idiom – Online English Lessons

To be up with the lark is to be awake and out of bed very early in the morning.

The lark is a songbird well known for its early morning song.

Examples of use:

1. I’m going to bed early tonight because I was up with the lark this morning and I’m very tired.

2. The farmer is up with the lark every day.

3. My grandparents are up with the lark every morning.

Image by wildxplorer