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  • which idioms involved kinship.

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  • Okay, let's start with family.

  • If something runs in the family, it means that that talent, ability, quality or thing is passed through the family from generation to generation.

  • For example, their two daughters are gymnasts like their mother, so it clearly runs in the family.

  • Now, for mother, If something is the mother of all, then it is the largest, most extreme or ultimate example off and usually is a plural Now, for example, yesterday I had the mother of all pizzas.

  • It was huge and it was delicious.

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  • This is the mother of all promises now for father.

  • A father figure is someone that you can turn to for advice and support, and it doesn't have to be your father or even a relative.

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  • In Childs, for example, I've always found skateboarding very difficult, but snowboarding is child's play.

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  • Truth is a piece of honest criticism that is difficult or painful to hear, for example.

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家族の慣用句 - 学習者の質問 (Family idioms - Learners' Questions)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日