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Nov 1, 2022

[Answer] 1. Two students left a college class room and were discussing the lecture they had just heard the professor give. One of the the students said to the other, "It was all Greek to me". What did he mean with such an expression?

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...1. The lecture covered already familiar material. 2. He could not comprehend the lecture he was hearing. 3. The lecture was most enjoyable, and he wanted more. 4. The professor presented inaccurate information. "All Greek to me" is an idiomatic metaphor for something that is incomprehensible or unintelligible, as if it were written or spoken in a foreign language. Most scholars speculate that the expression's origins lie with Medieval Christians, perhaps monks, who were unable to read the Bible or various religious manuscripts in Greek. Nevertheless, the earliest written recording of the expression seems to be William Shakespeare's tragedy "Julius Caesar" presented in 1599. Early on during the scene when Caesar refuses the crown that is offered to him, Casca says the following to Cassius: "Those that understood him smiled at one another and shook their heads; but for mine own part, it was Greek to me."




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He could not comprehend the lecture he was hearing.:


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