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Learning a language implies learning both, its literal and figurative elements. Idioms, as figurative expressions in language, are considered as very important part of communication, since they are commonly and very often used in English language in speaking and writing, as well as in formal and informal context. The aim of this paper is to present results of a study which purpose is aimed to investigate whether there is a correlation between idioms knowledge and idioms production. The study isdoi:10.19126/suje.72442 fatcat:k4viph24h5dhhn25wm56jdokbm