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Can you think of an example of something you would only be able to say in English?

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Despite its name, this very British delicacy doesn’t actually contain any meat. Instead, it’s made by covering toasted bread with a savoury mixture of melted cheddar cheese, mustard, ale or milk, and Worcestershire sauce. Delicious and vegetarian-friendly!

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01/17/2017 at 13:55. Facebook
"Jane and I are thick as thieves." What's the meaning of this expression?

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01/16/2017 at 13:44. Facebook
A. Regardless of what happens, the show must go on.
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01/15/2017 at 13:37. Facebook
Complete the sentence: "Me and my friend are the same _______."

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01/14/2017 at 13:34. Facebook
Ready, set, tango! What does this expression mean?

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01/13/2017 at 13:31. Facebook
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A. One of the main things is to look on the bright side.
B. One of the main things are to look on the bright side.

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In the UK, all horses, ponies, donkeys and similar animals must have a horse passport.

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What is the meaning of the word 'jittery'? How would you use it to describe someone?

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The word “selfie” was the Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Year in 2013 because of an exponential increase in its use in the previous year.

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A. The news is good!
B. The news are good!

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"Julio is a jocular guy!" Do you know what this means?

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"She quit smoking cold turkey." She wasn't smoking turkey, that's for sure - but what's the actual meaning of this expression?

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A. It is usually colder here than there.
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