An idiom is a phrase that has developed a figurative meaning through frequency of use. Idioms are common in many different languages, and are often shared across languages through numerous translations. They can be useful and fun to use, but are sometimes confusing. We’ll be posting examples of idiomatic expressions in English on a regular basis.
Here goes for a first idiomatic expression, starting with the letter A: “Actions speak louder than words”:
Refers to the idea that it’s better to do something than just talk about it.
This statement is a very old proverb and is found in many languages and in various forms. It was first recorded in English in this exact way in 1736.
We hope you enjoy these example uses and begin to use the expression « Actions speak louder than words »!
Source : https://blog.udemy.com/idioms-and-their-meanings/ and http://idioms.in/
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