I didn’t always like idioms. In fact, I used to think they were pretentious, and stood in the way of actually improving your English. Are you familiar with the saying “to put lipstick on a pig?” Well, that’s basically what I mean. “We solving some extreme important! We have risking quite many money! What about that we don’t throwing the caution to wind?”
I was wrong. (Not about the risks above, they’re oh so real.) About the role that idioms play in every day English. Turns out idioms pull a lot of weight. You learn a nice idiom, next thing you know, you constantly find yourself in situations where it is the perfect thing to say.