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English idioms and expressions are confusing when you aren't familiar with them because they don't say exactly what they mean. Even when you understand all the words of an idiom, you may not understand the meaning. But using idioms is one of the best ways to make yourself sound more like a native speaker. Once you master a few idioms, looking for situations in which to use them is like a game. Learn some common English idioms and proverbs you'll hear frequently in English conversation using the study materials on this page. What's your favorite idiom in English, and what does it mean? What's your favorite idiom in your own language?
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Feeling a little old and out of touch with the English language? Do people call your English “too formal” or “too dated”? In every language, new words are constantly being invented and old words are always taking on new meanings. Read on to learn some trendy english!
Take this quick quiz to see if you know common English idioms!
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