Sunday, 17 June 2018


Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms (Oxford Paperback Reference) tells you about all the interesting facts behind the idiomatic phrases used in the English language and the stories on how they came to be. 

for example, the idiom "Flavor of The Month" was given birth during a marketing campaign in the 1940's when ice cream parlors promoted one specific flavor for a one month and another new ice cream flavor the next month and the idiom "off The Cuffs" refers to the messy practice of writing down important points on one's shirt cuff before giving a speech in public.This book helps us in understanding a little better the various idioms and phrases that makes the English language an interesting and rich one. The book contains over 6,000 idioms from all over the English speaking world and contains 700 entirely new entries. The book also contains illustrative quotations that help the readers develop a clearer and broader idea on how to use a particular idiom.

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