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Do you know your arse from your elbow? Learn your English idioms

11 Idioms to help you sound like a native English speaker

Idioms are a set of words exclusive to each individual language. The meaning of these words or structures is often deceiving and utterly different from the literal translation, confusing new language learners. They reflect the country’s culture and familiarising yourself with them truly deepens your knowledge of the local, colloquial, everyday language. Using these terms will be of great benefit when travelling, working or settling in the UK. Especially if you want to impress the locals and show you have a deeper connection with their language than most foreign speakers.

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Employing staff with knowledge of foreign languages is crucial for companies that are working at an international level. It is true that having a good knowledge of English will help a lot. At most locations, English is proven to be the most useful and the best-fit communication language.

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