Friday, October 23, 2015

Idiom of the day: Lion's share

This week we used a word share in our communication, so we picked one English idiom for you to learn where share has a slightly different meaning. 
English grammar
Lion's share- English idioms

This English idiom comes from one Aesop's fable. Wikipedia has more details:
The lion's share is an idiomatic expression which refers to the larger part - or most - of something. The phrase derives from the plot of a number of fables ascribed to Aesop and is now used as their generic title, although they exist in several different versions. Other fables featuring the same basic situation of an animal dividing up a prey in such a way that it gains the greater part, or even all, exist in the East.