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Break New Ground

Have you ever heard the English expression to break new ground before? Look at the following news headlines and, then, tell me what this English idiom means?

ebay Breaks New Ground With Inspiration Shop
- ny1.com, 1 November 2011, Adam Balkin
Indian Women Break New Ground as Tea Growers
- womensnews.org, 30 November 2011, Azera Rahman
National Gallery Plans Major Van Gogh Exhibit that Will Break New Ground
- capebretonpost.com, 27 October 2011, CP

To break new ground means...

a) to build something
b) to do something different and that has never been done before
c) to present something to the public
d) to start a project

The correct definition of the idiom
to break new ground can be found here.

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