English is a complex language full of slangs, idioms, and strange word combinations that make understanding difficult for non-native speakers. Moreover, these terms and phrases evolve, transform and adapt from place to place and from year to year.

For example,

  • When is a dog not a dog or a pig not a pig?
  • What does it mean when someone says you’re “a nut”?
  • Is “wicked” a good thing or a bad thing?
  • What does it mean when people as you “What’s up?”
  • When people tell you to “Go fly a kite!” do they really want you to fly a kite?
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