How Different Languages Say “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs”.

Idioms can tell us a lot about how speakers of a certain language express themselves. One interesting idiom that has an amazing and interesting variety across languages is the one describing rainfall. English uses “it’s raining cats and dogs” to describe heavy rainfall. But what do speakers of other languages say when it’s raining cats and dogs? Let’s find out. (If you don’t see your language, please add it in a comment).

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Cats can recognize their names, but that doesn’t mean they care.

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Cats are nefarious, every cat owner will testify to that. They are known for their indifference to humans. A new study shows that cats do recognize their names, even if they choose to ignore you when you call them. This shows the extent to which cats have been ignoring us all this time.

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