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    Simple and compound idioms

    What is meant by the terms simple and compound idioms? I conducted intensive research, but unfortunately I found nothing? I have a research on this topic?
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    Re: Simple and compound idioms

    I have been involved in language learning and teaching for many years, but I have not heard of simple or compound idioms.

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    Re: Simple and compound idioms

    Nor have I.

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    Re: Simple and compound idioms

    The people in the other forum where you asked this question can't help either. Perhaps it's time to go back to the person who set you this task and ask him what he is talking about.

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