English Phrases and Idioms Are a Dime a Dozen
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Americans love our sayings and phrases. From “ants in your pants” to “riding shotgun”, many of the idioms we use every day are kind of strange and funny if you look at them from the outside. So a few non-Americans were asked for their input on the colorful things we say. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
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