Improve your American English with new vocabulary, expressions, and idioms. Great for those learning English and ESL teachers and students!
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Here's a useful English saying that goes all the way back to Shakespeare's time. He used this phrase in his comedy "The Merry Wives of Windsor" though a character said 'the world's mine oyster' - not your oyster. So whose oyster is it? It seems to have shifted ownership at some point over the centuries!
Here are two idioms you're likely to encounter in business, especially in the startup world: eye-opening is something that surprises you or something that raises your awareness of something. To dip one's toes into means to begin something new or to try something out.