Inside idioms

An idiom is a phrase or saying where the words together have a meaning that is different from the dictionary logo_96definitions of the individual words. For example, one common idiom is the phrase “Break a leg !” – which is said to wish somebody luck.

Idioms can be confusing to people who are trying to learn a language. The business world is full of idioms that may pop up in job interviews or in the workplace, that could be  a source of confusion.

Over the coming months along with our regular blog posts about the labour market and job search tips we will sprinkle in some idioms to explore on a regular basis. Check back often.

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