101 American english idioms

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Non-native English speakers can reach a point in their knowledge of English language where they feel confident and comfortable with standard literary speech, but at times they might confront with idiomatic expressions that make them feel like they are in hot water.

You may feel frustrated and confused when hearing an idiom or colloquialism since the true meaning of the idiom cannot be determined by how it is written or by its component parts. 101 American English Idioms is designed to help you- learners minimize the gap between “thrust” and “meaning” of American colloquialism by providing interesting situations and graphic illustrations of those situations to make you understand and remember the idioms better.

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