because people speak English
Here some idioms I like, hope to you like also..
Actions speak louder than words :
This idiom means that what people actually do is more important than what they say- people can promise things but
then fail to deliver.
Ahead of time :
If something happens ahead of time, it happens early or before the set time.
All over the place :
If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is all over the place.
Answers on a postcard :
This idiom can be used to suggest that the answer to something is very obvious or that the person would really like to
hear what people think.
Apple of your eye :
Something or, more often, someone that is very special to you is the 'apple of your' eye.
Babe in the woods :
A babe in the woods is a naive, defenceless, young person.
Back to back :
If things happen back to back, they are directly one after another.
Bad blood :
If people feel hate because of things that happened in the past, there is bad blood between them.
Basket case :
If something is a basket case, it is so bad that it cannot be helped.
Better the devil you know :
This is the shortened form of the full idiom, 'better the devil you know than the devil you don't', and means that it is
often better to deal with someone or something
for now.. ;)
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