English Idioms in use

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Idiom: a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language

Every language has its own collection of wise sayings. They offer advice about how to live and also transmit some underlying ideas, principles and values of a given culture / society. These sayings are called “idioms” – or proverbs if they are longer. These combinations of words have  a “figurative” meaning – they basically work with “pictures”.

Idioms are used frequently in both written and spoken English. So let’s:

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  1. Karine Gomtsyan
  2. Alina Arzumanyan
  3. David Ispiryan
  4. Vigen Hovakimyan
  5. Hrach Ghalamkaryan
  6. Gor Knyazyan
  7. Vahe Musayelyan
  8. Noune Hovhannisyan
  9. Anna Harutyunyan
  10. Ashot Badeyan
  11. Edgar Ghazaryan
  12. Nare Azaryan
  13. Araqs Kalijian
  14. Qnarik Hakobyan

Funny isllustrations of the idioms

  1. Gor Knyazyan

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