• Sarsono Sarsono Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing IEC Bekasi
  • Arianto Abid Zayyan Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing IEC Bekasi
  • Abdulloh Abdulloh Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing IEC Bekasi
  • Eny Suprihandani Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing IEC Bekasi
Keywords: Miniseries, idioms, Idiomatic Expression, meaning


The Objectives of   the   research   are to find out the idiomatic expressions, to identify kinds of the idiomatic expressions, and find out the meaning of the idiomatic expressions found in the  Wanda Vision TV miniseries. Some phrases in   English language cannot be understood literally. A reader often needs to see the whole unit to understand the context of the phrases and these phrases are called idiom. The writer uses qualitative method to gain the objectives of the study. The researcher already collected the data from the script of the miniseries and categorized the idiomatic expression. The total number of idiom expressions is105. The categories found are 4 similes, 2 binomials, 5 proverbs, 9 clichés, and 85 fixed statements.  And each idiomatic expressions  meaning could be defined. The conclusion from the data gathered based on the 105 idiomatic expressions found in the Wanda Vision TV miniseries is fixed statement idiomatic expressions frequently used


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How to Cite
Sarsono, S., Zayyan, A., Abdulloh, A., & Suprihandani, E. (2023). A STUDY OF IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS IN THE TV MINISERIES “WANDA VISION” DIRECTED BY MATT SHAKMAN. JELL (Journal of English Language and Literature) STIBA-IEC Jakarta, 8(02), 261-275. https://doi.org/10.37110/jell.v8i02.195