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Can Idiomatic Expressions Be Political?

Can Idiomatic Expressions Be Political?

Can Idiomatic Expressions Be Political?   “idiomatic expression – an expression whose meaning¬†cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up” Idiomatic expressions are a type of informal English that have a different meaning from the literal definition of the words used in the phrase. For example: “Hold your tongue” should not be taken literally, but rather means to just “be quiet”. Idiomatic expressions are integrated into many parts of our lives. This 2016 American Presidential campaign is a perfect example of how important it is to understand idiomatic expressions, so that we can make the best decision come election day, with a full understanding of what the candidates are saying. I offer a list of common English expressions in my Slavic Accent Reduction Software Program, but for the reason noted above, I have now also compiled the following expressions directly from recent televised news coverage

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