اردو اور انگریزی کی محاوراتی انجمن
People of a language use idioms in their speech according to their literal and stylish needs. Or what they write or say is called idiom. But no attention is paid to the fact that their idioms or writings do not gain importance and meaning without public acceptance. Not only this, with the help of fire you can do welding. Such idioms are just the beauty of books. In fact, the idiom provided by local scholars of a language becomes popular as it changes shape according to people's moods, likes and dislikes, trends and general usage. It also happens that the common use / daily use of the local people becomes a proverb for the people. It also happens that a proverb provided by the people, with all its lexical and stylish charms, flourishes among the local people. And then it returns to the public with a new etiquette or literal touch to become a necessity.