In this section, you can learn commonly used American English idioms. Learning idioms will make your English more colorful and help you sound more natural.

There are 10 idiom lessons per page. For each idiom, you’ll learn:

  • The meaning
  • How it’s used (the grammar)
  • An example sentence.

There is also an audio file [x_icon type=”volume-up”] to help you learn
Here’s an example of an idiom lesson:

[content_band style=”color: #333;” bg_color=”#fcfaf2″ border=”all” inner_container=”true”] [column type=”5/6″] [custom_headline style=”margin-top: 0;” level=”h3″ looks_like=”h4″]a cup of joe[/custom_headline] Explanation: Joe is a slang word for coffee and so a cup of joe means a cup of coffee.
How to use it: You can buy, drink, make, etc. a cup of joe.
Example: I like to start my day with a cup of joe.[/column] [column type=”1/6″ last=”true”][custom_headline style=”margin-top: 0;” level=”h3″ looks_like=”h4″][x_icon type=”volume-up”] [/custom_headline] [/column][/content_band]