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American English Idioms (Paul and Bernice Noll)
600 selected American idioms. 25 idioms per page with their meanings.

American Slang for ESL students

Animal Idioms and Expressions (www.DogHause.com)
Some of these idioms are not commonly used. However some are.

a bad sort, a bit, a bolt from the blue, a closed book, a crying shame, ...

Australian Words & Phrases (Sally Lawrence)
Ankle-biter = infant; Arvo = afternoon, Croc = crocodile, etc.

A list of words containing: 'cool', 'kick it', 'dope', and so on.

A list of words containing 'dude', 'chill out', 'kick it', 'grub on' and so on.

This is only a partially functioning website located at web.archive.org.

Common American Slang (Charles I. Kelly & Lawrence E. Kelly)
Over 280 Common American Slang Expressions in a Quiz Format

English slang, explanations and examples. See the
work like ants, bark up the wrong tree, blind as a bat, (Some are rarely used.)

See the expression, its definition and an example sentence.

English Idioms & Idiom Quizzes (Kenneth Lawrence)
Idioms, each with a definition and a sentence example. Minimal images.

Study the idioms, then take the quizzes.

English Language Idioms (Vancouver English Centre)
101 idioms with explanations and examples

afters = dessert; ages = long time; agro = fight; ,,,

from English Teaching Forum Online, Volue 41, Number 1 (January 2003)

Color Idioms, Animal Idioms and Body Part Idioms (Windows Media Player Required)

Get the meaning and origins of English idioms on fast-loading pages with no advertising.

After seeing the daily idiom, you can click to the next or previous idiom.

An idiom quiz, a slang quiz, a 'common errors' quiz and bookstore.

Idiom Page (Dennis Oliver & Dave Sperling)
A collection of about 200 idioms

1 idiom per page: absent without leave, doubting Thomas, chow down, deadline, ..

Idioms, Slang & Phrasal Verb Quizzes (The Internet TESL Journal)
See the answers right away. Produced by teachers around the world.

Expressions used in a sentence. Definitions in Portuguese.

John Finley's Idioms (John Finley)
One idioms per page. Examples and uses. It's raining cats and dogs and others.

Includes meaning and usage with an example sentence.

Smell a rat, go to the dogs, fishy, for the birds, horse around, ...

Idioms and set phrases along with black and white cartoons.

a heart to heart talk, ball park figure, basket case, bean-counter, ...

'easier said than done' and 4 other idioms

'How's it going, eh?' and 12 other idioms

Small collection of English idioms. Requires downloading images.

American college slang words and their definitions.

Paint by Idioms (FunBrain.Com)
Multiple-choice questions for native English-speaking children, but OK for ESL.

Phrasal Verbs Page at Dave's ESL Cafe (Dennis Oliver & Dave Sperling)
About 180 phrasal verbs, each with a definition and an example sentence.

Some Irish Slang (Trish Loughman)
Acting the maggot, Bags, Banjaxed, Bold, Culchies, Flitters, Holliers, ...

Sports and Games idioms for the Student of American English

The Daily Idiom (Diana O'Connor)
Register to have an idiom emailed to you.

The Idiom of the Week (has been 'to look down on' for a long time)

For native English speaker to use as a reference. Not for memorization.

The Phrase Finder (Gary Martin)
Browse a list of phrases: bed of roses, bee in your bonnet, dead ringer, ...

The idiom, what it means and an example of how it is used.

The idiom, what it means and an example of how it is used.

The idiom, what it means and an example of how it is used.

Toon into Idioms (Adam Rado)
Toons and Voices or Text. Idioms illustrated with cartoons.

Alderman, Babe, Bing, Bop, Chick, Cop, Dame, Flat, Fry, ...

You can find one sentence per page with the idiom. No definitions

UsingEnglish.com - Phrasal Verb Glossary (Adam King & Richard Flynn)
The phrasal verb, its definition and a sample sentence.

Look for idioms by sections, ... containing a specific word, ...

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