Idiomatic Expressions 1
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10 Musical Idioms (Infographic) - a surprising number of idioms have come from music.
Idiom Quest – This is “a searchable database of American English idioms. It is designed to be used as a reference site to support the learning interests of English as a Second Language (ESL) students, businesses, and linguists.”
Talking Dictionary: Do You Enjoy Playing with Words? – A variety of interactive activities with videos and animations focusing on vocabulary, expressions, idioms, proverbs…
English Language Reference - A reference of 3,170 English idiomatic expressions with definitions.
Categories of English Idioms - Idioms with definitions classified by topics and by countries of origin.
Heinle's Newbury House Dictionary of American English - Heinle's Newbury House Dictionary of American English contains over 40,000 entries. With simple, clear definitions, this online tool provides a wealth of sample sentences and idioms.
Idiom Archive - This resource lists Canadian idioms, identified by John R. Bauman of St. Albert, Alberta.
The Idiom connection - English Idioms & Quizzes
1000 Images on the Tip of My Tongue - A trilingual index (English, French, Spanish) of expressions with equivalent meanings.
101 English Language Idioms - A list of 101 idiomatic expressions with an explanation of meaning and sentences illustrating their use in context.
bab.la - This Web site offers a dictionary that includes thousands of idiomatic expressions and specialised vocabulary.
ESL Podcast – Everyday English: idioms, slang and useful vocabulary.
Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press - dictionary of Idioms.
Dave Sperling’s ESL Cafe: Idioms - Definitions of idiomatic expressions and examples.
English Daily - Online exercises, idioms, common abbreviations, slang, proverbs and much more.
Commonly-Used American Slang - Each idiom is placed in sentence and a pull down menu gives an equivalent word or expression so that the student can understand its meaning.
Idioms Dictionary at English-Zone.Com - A large collection of idioms, their meanings and examples for each. On the same Web site in the section called Idiom Zone, you can also find lessons and quizzes on idioms under specific topics: food, animals, body, relationship, baseball, idiomatic phrases with "be about to".