Read on to learn why it matters what pronouns you use to refer to people and how the United States embraces sharing pronouns.
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"Test the waters" is one of seven idiomatic phrases in American English that means more than getting wet. Check them out.
"Funny feeling" is one of six idiomatic phrases in American English that might be more than just a laughing matter. Check them out.
Americans often use the expression "on cloud nine" to say they’re very happy. Here are several idiomatic phrases that take their inspiration from the skies.
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Many American English phrases owe their origin to the work habits of bees. Learn some idiomatic phrases inspired by the tiny pollinators.
Learn how food terms are used in American English. Food-related phrases are used to decribe events that occur outside of the kitchen.