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Rupa Phrase Fact Finder
Did you know: The phrase‘raining cats and dogs’ comes from Old Norse mythology and is related to Odin, the storm god; A ‘red herring’ is a distraction from the main issue, and comes from old fox hunting traditions; The saying‘don’t count your chickens before they hatch’ was first found in Aesop’s writings; The phrase ‘gravy train’means to do little work for a lot of pay, and originated in the 1920s. Put on your thinking caps and get ready to discover the origins of everyday phrases and idioms in this fun and informative new book by Terry O’Brien. Learn more about how these sayings came to be, and pick up some interesting facts about history on the way, in this exciting journey into the beginnings of the English language.
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