Student or Learner
While reading a book recently, more especially a Bible course as a Microsoft Word file, I found the following sentence “if you want to be a good Christian, you need to “walk the talk”. Judging from the context, I guessed that it means that one should not be different in his action and words. I think the logical meaning of the expression in question could be lay down with the following words “walk the talk” means “back up what you say with your actions”.
I couldn’t show just cause for the written above.
Would you be kind enough tell me whether the the phrase in question is an idiomatic expression or just one coined by the author?
Do you know something about the expression “if you talk the talk, you ‘ve got to walk the walk.?
Last edited by vil; 30-Oct-2008 at 13:02.
Last edited by dodonaomik; 18-Jul-2008 at 15:51.