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The Interesting Origins Of 7 Common English Idioms

Ever wondered where some ever-present idioms originated from in the English language? We’ve researched the interesting origins of common English idioms and traced back their fascinating and sometimes bizarre history: “Always a bridesmaid, never a bride” Definition: Literally, always being a bridesmaid and never a bride. More figuratively, it is a forlorn saying for women…
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‘Used to’ and ‘would’

'Used to' and 'would' Meaning and use We can use used to and would to talk about things we did regularly in the past, but we don’t do now. We use used to for either habits or states in the past. Would is used only for past habits, not for past states. Elena used to…
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