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English is the official universal language. It is, by far, the language of international trade, finance, diplomacy, etc. It is used not only in English spoken countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and The United Kingdom but worldwide. It has a rich vocabulary, with many words borrowed from other languages. It is also one of the easiest languages to learn because: (1) its widespread use in many countries; (2) its alphabet only consists of 26 letter; (3) its relatively simple grammar; (4) the vast selection of English resources to learn from, including TV shows, radio, movies, videogames, music, podcasts, books, apps, and websites.

What is an idiom?

An idiom is a phrase or expression that has a figurative meaning that is different from its literal meaning. Native speakers use idioms to make their speech more colorful and expressive. They use them much more than they are actually aware of. They are a common feature of many languages and are often used in everyday conversation and writing.

Idioms can be challenging for language learners because they are not always easy to understand, may not translate well to other languages or make sense to other cultures. However, they are an important part of a language. They can help to convey meaning and add flavor, humor, and style to your English. If you want to speak English fluently, you need to learn some English idioms, such as break a leg (good luck), pull yourself together (calm down), it’s a piece of cake (it’s very easy), or it costs an arm and a leg (it’s very expensive).

Perhaps, you may want to read our free e-book A day at the zoo. It is packed with idioms.

Some examples are:

You nailed it!

Curiosity kills the cat

He was quiet as a mouse

The boy who cried wolf

It is raining cats and dogs

Where can I find more idioms?

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