Recently we’ve looked at Chinese idioms, or 成語 （成语 chéng yŭ）(see 10 Chinese idioms to do with animals), but other than this it’s been a part of learning Chinese that we haven’t covered in great detail. So it’s about time we rectified that! From now on, in some regularity, we’ll be posting about idioms. The first idiom we’ll be looking at describes how something becomes common place through force of habit:
We’ve got an example below using this idiom to describe how what the web browser is, so here’s the rest of the vocabulary you’ll need for reading the example:
wǎng yè liú lǎn qì shì wǒ men xí yǐ wéi cháng de shàng wǎng gōng jù
The web browser is a tool we have become accustomed to for accessing the Internet
A very useful idiom and one that you could use to describe a lot of things. Keep checking back over the coming weeks as we look more into useful idioms!