Feature week: Idioms

Idioms are a traditional way of saying something. They are tightly related to a country’s culture and customs. They are typically sentences or expressions having a grammatical construction that often cannot be translated literally into another language because its meaning would be lost…

Often idioms such as “under the weather” do not make sense if taken literally. Someone not familiar with English would most probably not understand that to be “under the weather” is to be sick…

This week, we are going to explore idioms in different languages. Each day, we will post an article exploring the idioms of a different country. You can click on the link below to view today’s article. Don’t forget to check back in the next few days for the other articles!

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