This is an example of a misheard expression (an eggcorn) that makes a little bit of convoluted sense on its own. The phrase “you’ve got ….
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For many English as a second language folks, a common mistake is to write either “all the sudden” or “all of the sudden” instead of ….
The correct phrase has its origins in nautical navigation during the days of sail. The idiom means to take a different approach with a tack ….
This idiom, “a blessing in disguise,” is intended to describe a blessing that may not at first appear to be a blessing. It is often ….
You may wonder whether words like T-shirt and A-frame which amount to a letter combined with a word have an official type or designation. Maybe ….