Slang and Idioms
Selected Podcasts where slang, idioms or expressions get explained
Contents of Slang and Idioms:
The series of free video lessons on American slang by Jennifer — native English language teacher
This is lesson #1 (introductory). There are at least 8 lessons on slang in total.
There are about 100 lessons on other language topics. All of them are […]
Learn English Idioms with Dana from Wanted an Adventure!
In this lesson:
It's a [piece of cake]: something is easy
To [bring home the bacon]: to earn the money to support yourself and oftentimes a family
[The greatest thing since sliced […]
A quick idioms and proverbs introductory video-lesson
What is an idiom? How should I use idioms? The following example idioms have been discussed:
- [pot calling the cattle black];
- [don't beat about the bush];
- [all that glitters is not gold];
MrDuncan looks at more slang terms in his online lesson:
Also slang for parts of the body:* /plates of meat, pins, honker (hooter, konk), peepers (mince pies), mop, rug (syrop), […]
Contemporary English and American slang with explanation and examples from MrDuncan.
About 40 words and word combinations have been defined within this video-lesson.
Money: cash, dosh, dough, foldable stuff, moolah, notes, readies, […]