Muntari Bello Sambo
Please I need some details about idiom in English
Oct 25, 2018 8:42 AM
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Idiomatic expressions are well-known phrases that are used to express an idea. The words that make up the phrase may have no apparent link to the actual meaning. There are probably thousands of idiomatic expressions. Saying 'I want details' means you want specific information on (for instance) how to use them, what social situations to use them in, which variants of English use them, which specific words to use... As you can hopefully see, your question really does not make sense. It would be something like saying 'I want details on Nigerian towns'. I suggest you go and do some research, read up on some common examples, and when you have a more answerable and specific question, come back with that.
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Idiomatic expression
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Idiomatic expression
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What details do you need? If you don't ask the right questions, you can't get the right answers.
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Muntari Bello Sambo
Language Skills
Arabic, English, Hausa, Nigerian Pidgin
Learning Language
Arabic, English, Nigerian Pidgin