FunVOCAB: To hear something “from the horse’s mouth”
“To acquire information from someone who has all the facts. A direct, reliable source. This expression alludes to examining a horse’s teeth to determine its age, and therefore its worth. [1920s]”
Comprehending idiomatic phrases is a sign that you understand a language at a deeper level. This is something that our students achieve through the Verbalists Language Network’s immersion courses.
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