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Some idioms have an international flavor; this infographic explains ten of them.
1. “It’s All Greek to Me”
“I can’t understand any of it.”
“Don’t ask me for help with your Math homework. It’s all Greek to me.”
“Please read these directions, it’s all Greek to me.”
2. “All Roads Lead to Rome”
Any path taken leads to the same goal, literally or figuratively. Rome built roads across their vast empire to speed soldiers and commerce, and nearly all of them did, indeed, lead to Rome.
“Take any of the stairs you see to the top, as all roads lead to Rome.”
“As long as you finish, I don’t care how you do it; all roads lead to Rome.”
3. “When in Rome, Do as Romans Do”
To again needle the Italians, this idiom suggests that when you are in an unfamiliar situation, just do what everyone around you is doing. It is often whittled down to “When in Rome.”
“Everyone started jumping into the water, so I thought, ‘When i…