idiom name: the teacher of a word
Idiom Pinyin: yī zì zhī shī
idiom usage: object; refers to a teacher who corrects a word.
Practicality: Commonly used
Emotional color: neutral words
idiom structure: partial
Idiom Age: Modern Times
Idiom explanation: Teacher who corrects a word.
idiom source: Qing Zhangye's "Book with Zhou Boxuan": "Zhang Chuya takes Xiao Chucai as his teacher."
Idiom sentence: Liu Sifen's "White Gate Liu · Qiulu Dangerous City" Chapter 11: "Brother Liu is really a teacher of the word student, he has taught!"
idiom's idiom story
At the end of the Tang Dynasty, the poet Zheng Gu returned to his hometown of Yichun, Jiangxi. He was a literary friend and often interacted with some literati.
idiom that starts with a word
one person has gone for a long time and has been snaked for a year and snaked for a year
including one word idiom
Don't take one for the other, they must live together and share a cup of money