Idiomatic Expression Essays and Term Papers

  • Trans Procedure and Problem

    OF COLOR IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS IN ENGLISH AND PERSIAN: CULTURAL COMPARISON IN FOCUS Sahar AHMADI*• Saeed KETABI** Abstract In this study, efforts have been made to meet three objectives. Firstly, the researcher attempted to examine the extent of translatability of color idiomatic expressions in English-...

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  • Translation

    target language (TL). It is caused by some terms existing in the movie that may be hard to be caught by 2 the viewers. Idioms or an idiomatic expression is one of the issues, which needs to be explored so that the content of the movie can be delivered successfully. Idiom is a phrase or sentence...

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  • Beowulf

    of lexis; this involves one important theoretical principle, but principally it means a clear view of the essential concepts of Collocation and Expressions. Every teacher is familiar with the difficulty when a student asks “Can you say…?” and you reply “Well, you could...

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  • Idioms

    feature, special phrasing", f. Greek: ἴδιος – idios, "one’s own") is an expression consisting of a combination of words that has a figurative meaning. The figurative meaning is comprehended in regard to a common use of the expression that is separate from the literal meaning or definition of the words of...

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  • Thesis

    remembering memories. In this study the researcher will tackle the topic about the meanings of phrases of Philippine Idiomatic Expressions through photography. Idiomatic expressions are words and phrases that are said but are intended to mean something else. The use of idioms has a great influence in...

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  • Gender Equality.Txt

    In ling. literature the term Phraseology is used for the expressions where the meaning of one element is depended on the other. Vinogradov: “irrespective of structure and properties of the units”. Smernitsky: “it denotes only such set expressions which do not possess expressiveness or emotional coloring”...

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  • What Is an Idiom?

    In the previous chapter I have discussed about complex expressions that are related to idioms in the sense that they all are non-compositional expressions. In this chapter I shall discuss about phrasal idioms, which are expressions like: to pull someone’s leg, to paint the town red, to kick the...

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  • Idiomatic Errors Among English Learners

    Department of English Language & Literature (Dell) Error Recognition & Correction Course Code: ENSP 3228 An assignment on / Idiomatic expressions errors among Arab learners of English Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Requirement of the Error Recognition & Correction...

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  • Strategic Intervention Material

    Idiomatic expressions are a type of informal English that have a meaning different from the meaning of the words in the expression. Here's an example of an idiomatic expression: Hold your tongue. This idiom does not actually mean that you...

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  • Idiom

    life such as humane values, ways of thinking, behavior standards, religious beliefs, customs and traditions, social conventions, etc. Words and expressions including idioms have formed the vocabulary system of a language. Idioms are considered as special factors of a language's vocabulary system because...

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  • No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre

    with a sealed-off entrance, the translation became No Exit. However, every language has words and phrases that are exceptions to the rules, idiomatic expressions that only a native French-speaker would be aware of - and “huis clos” is one such phrase. So exactly how accurate is this English translation...

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  • Miss

    (proverbs, expressions, sayings) is by no means exhaustive. The initial list was taken from Core Knowledge and expanded to include more common idioms. The intent is to support English Language Development through deliberate instruction and student practice/production of idiomatic expressions. ...

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  • Learning a Second Language

    works best. As the student delves further into the target language, and once he/she has good control of the grammar and structuring, the idiomatic expressions begin to be taught. In the direct method, the simulation of an environment where only the target language is used proves to be effective in...

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  • English Phrasal Verbs Translation Into Russian and Finnish

    Language Centre – University of Helsinki | | | 20.03.2013 | | The article represents a part of a research about English multi-word expressions and their translation equivalents in other languages. The research was important for different tasks such as language learning, translation, automatic...

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  • TEACHING IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS TO LEARNERS OF EFL THROUGH A CORPUS BASED ON DISNEY MOVIES

    TEACHING IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS TO LEARNERS OF EFL THROUGH A CORPUS BASED ON DISNEY MOVIES Irene López Rodriguez Brown University, USA Elena María García Moreno Escuela Oficial de Idiomas de Cartagena Abstract: This paper attempts to provide a strategy for the teaching of idioms to learners of ...

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  • School Works for Desperate Students

    to write my initial impressions and understanding before at the time I have read the text and before I have read the meaning. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS WITH ITS MEANING MY INITIAL UNDERSTANDING Air one’s grievances – Complain publicly, as in “Jane was afraid to complain at work but freely...

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  • Idioms Denoting Parts of Body

    Contents 1. Introduction 2.1. Aim * Idiomatic Phrases * What is an idiom? * Idioms and culture * Different aspects of an idiom * Idioms pragmatics and context 2.2. Practical Value * When we use idioms? * Idioms with a body part component 1. Body...

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  • Advantage Learning Idioms

    language is to learn idiomatic expressions. Idioms are often metaphorical. (Kovecses 2002) 2. Learning idiomatic expressions helps learners for better communication as well as language learning in the target culture and society. 3. Mastery of appropriate use of idiomatic expressions is a part of important...

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  • Education in the Philippines

    Idiom is an expression, word, or phrase that has afigurative meaning that is comprehended in regard to a common use of that expression that is separate from the literal meaning or definition of the words of which it is made.[1] There are estimated to be at least 25,000 idiomatic expressions in the English...

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  • Idioms in Newspaper Style

    cannot be made sense of from the literal definition, but refers instead to a figurative meaning that is known only through common use, that is an expression in the usage of the language that has a meaning that two or more that means something other the literal meanings of its individual words. Ex....

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