Better @ Idioms

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The English language originated from West Germanic dialects around 550 AD. From being the language of England, it is now spoken in significant parts of the world.

Over the centuries English has become a flexible language by nature. It has developed through the years by adding words to enrich the vocabulary and creating various idioms, metaphors, and figures of speech which help in expressing what one wishes to say in a unique manner.

Talking specifically about idioms, these are a group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words used in these.

So in this podcast, Better @ Idioms, we explain this very aspect of the idioms, the concept behind their origin, their meaning, usage and much more.

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