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What are idioms and how do you think idioms are formed? Please provide some examples.

Can you think of any idioms from the United States that you once did not understand but now do? How did you come to understand each of these idioms? Did you ask for an explanation, or was the meaning clear contextually? A MS Word document is provided for your research projects.

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Cultural Environment of International Business
Please respond to the following discussion questions:

What are idioms and how do you think idioms are formed? Please provide some examples.

Idioms are figures of speech. It is a group of words when they are defined will not convey the same meaning. For example, "Back in the Day" could refer to something that happened earlier that day but culturally sensitive individuals know it is referring to our parents' era.

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The solution provided discusses idioms. What are idioms? How are they formed? A MS Word document is provided for your research project.

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