English Language Lessons

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Idiom of the week – Written in stone

Posted by englishlessons on April 8, 2013

Definition:

permanent; not subject to change

Examples:

This is a new set of procedures, so we’ll be modifying them. They aren’t written in stone.

This policy may change. It’s not written in stone.

Picture it:

Picture words that are carved or written in stone. They have a sense of permanence. You cannot erase them easily.

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