LESSON 9: Common English Idioms, Part 2
》Welcome to another lesson of Crash Course English! It's your amazingly articulate Professor Kai😉 This week's lesson is part two of Common English Idioms. An idiom is an expression that's unique to one language and/or culture, whose literal meaning differs from the intended (figurative) meaning. There is no Test Yourself section.
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