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Should You Believe Everything You Read or Hear?
It’s raining cats and dogs
Do you believe that?
it has been written in books! People say it,
Are they lying? Do they mean it literally?
No, they are making a point, exaggerating the point by use of idioms
Idiom - phrases that mean more than their words put together. If you take them word for word, they might not make much sense!
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There’s a big test tomorrow, I need to hit the books.
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Ms. Merendino is absent today because she is under the weather.
Under the weather = Feeling sick
So can you believe everything you read or hear?
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