Several useful English expressions have the word Penny in them - interesting for English speakers, educational for Students of English as a Second Language ( ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL )
An article detailing twenty idioms related to Rabbits, Hares and Bunnies. Idioms help make our speech more expressive and colourful. They also provide snippets of advice gleamed from generations of people who have trod life's path before us.
There are plenty of English expressions about fruit. See how many English sayings and Proverbs you can remember - and learn some new ones if you are learning English as a second language - ESL (or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL )
There are a number of idioms that involve the word pig. Not all these expressions are, as you might expect, negative and derogatory in tone. They can also be positive and complimentary.
If your home language is English, this web page will amuse you, and if you are a student of English, learning to speak English as a second language (ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL ), you should find this list of sayings about eggs very helpful. See how many you can remember.
English expressions: fun for English speakers, and a big help if you are learning English as a second language ESL (or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL ) - You'd be surprised to learn how many Colors in English Proverbs and Sayings there are
Where does doofus come from? And how do you wear a Visard? These and more of our old English sayings and quotes. Hoist your own pecard, and take a look!
Learn new expressions about Animals in English language: enjoyable for native English speakers, and a good source of information if you are learning English as a Second Language, as an English student ( ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL )
Learn a few English Proverbs and Sayings, wth some humorous examples of how the phrases should be used. If English is your home language, see how many phrases you recognize and use yourself.If you are learning Engliish as a Second Language ( ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL ), this will help you.
Ahoy Buckos! Many o' our words be from long ago. jack tars and captains, pirates and wenches. Here be a few phrases that we still use.