Jan. 14, 2022

Idioms Literally

Idioms Literally

Language is a weird and wonderful thing and today we’re taking a few minutes to discuss idioms! In another short but sweet episode, Jaime dishes about what idioms are and the origins of some popular turns of phrase.


Idioms, Literally

During this episode we discuss: 

Language is a weird and wonderful thing and today we’re taking a few minutes to discuss idioms! In another short but sweet episode, Jaime dishes about what idioms are and the origins of some popular turns of phrase.

Their expertise in regards to idioms and linguistics? Casual use and unending curiosity.

Their qualifications to discuss the topic? Random life experience and caffeination during recording sessions.

Basically, anything they discuss? Don’t take their word for it - but they hope you enjoy the show!

Reference Links:

Coffee and common ground this week 

In Jaime’s Cup: Hot Chocolate Mix | Penzeys

Merriam-Webster: https://www.merriam-webster.com/ 

Sources:

Creative Commons use from UK Urbanest: 10 Bizarre English Sayings & What They Mean 

12 Strangest Sayings in America

Etymonline

The Idioms

Paste Magazine: Hidden Secrets of Videogames

15 Best Movie Easter Eggs

Idioms | ISO | MIT 

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If you can tell us how many idioms we used in this episode, we’ll feature your response and record a show on the topic of your choosing!

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