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hi everybody Candace here welcome to ask a teacher well I am so you must come on French questions the question for this lesson is what are some popular French idioms in English we have our fair share of idioms like it's raining cats and dogs or even what's up they might know make much sense literary but they are commonly used in everyday conversation French of course has them too and he has some examples fileted means to sulk but it's literal translation is actually to do the head it's used when someone isn't happy about something and in a bad mood for example L affiliated to Claire's Oni she soaked all day we also have good food which literally means a strike of lightning but as an idiom it means love at first sight pretty fitting actually Sahaj is one you'll come across every day mushy means to walk but Sahaj means that's works English speakers might recognize this following one infinite induction little Eddy it's a dog whether it means as you might have just its terrible weather here's a funny one a TV commercial visually super it literally means to arrive like a hair in the soup this is about entering a situation at the worst possible moment it can also mean arriving suddenly by chance another idiom that uses food is medicine and Acela literally to put one's grain of salt it's an idiom that means to give an unnecessary opinion denisa long Gousha literally means to give one stone to the cut but it actually means to give up for example if someone asks you to get something and you have no idea what the answer is another one that doesn't make much sense but you'll often hear is Fellig has matinee which literally means to do a fat morning but people use it to say they slept in saccade lizard latet which means it's ridiculously expensive but literary means it costs the eyes out of the head there you go try them out if you have any more questions please leave them in the comments below and I try to answer them I don't owe citizen you