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While French and Italian get kudos for their sexy status, Arabic for being exotic and Chinese for just being extremely cool, English is kind of like the brown bread of languages. A staple for your diet, but a little bit bland and boring. Or is it? Check out these seven British sayings that add colour to the English language.
Hi Cristina: very interesting your article; that we never end learning is a true bigger than a cathedral.
I have tried to learn English since I was a child and every day I find new words like happened today reading your story,
Thanks to God and Italki we find people like you who are willing to share your knowledge with us.
Hugs from Venezuela,
Horacio Idarraga Gil.
Bill I'm from the west midlands and donkey's years is common place, but I've never heard of the curate's egg.