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Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Folklore, Language, Education and Exhibition (ICOFLEX 2019)
Idioms are phrases or sentences which have different meanings from their literal meanings. Idioms are parts of expressions in language and the usage of idioms will enrich the speech, making the speech to become more interesting. The ability to use idioms shows the advance competence in the language comprehension since the structures and the meanings of idioms are not applied to common patterns. Metaphors, which are culture based, are very strongly related to idioms. Thus, the language teachersdoi:10.2991/assehr.k.201230.045 fatcat:c7gyti2okndzhkuzw7mdgkpnxm