The A to Z English Podcast | Travel Idioms

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In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl and Jack explain the meanings of several idioms related to travel.

On the road: Traveling or in the process of traveling.

Example: I’m on the road for business this week; we can catch up when I’m back.

Off the beaten path: Going to a less popular or explored destination.

Example: We decided to go off the beaten path and explore the countryside instead of the usual tourist spots.

All roads lead to Rome: There are many different ways to reach the same conclusion or destination.

Example: There are various methods to solve this problem; after all, all roads lead to Rome.

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