We use idioms about cats everyday, and may not even realize it. Learn about 25 more of these idioms, and watch some funny cat videos.
Figurative language for anger. Idioms are phrases or figures of speech. An idiom is a form of figurative language that stands for something else. It is an expression. Idioms are especially difficult for foreigners of...
Several useful English expressions have the word Penny in them - interesting for English speakers, educational for Students of English as a Second Language
A red herring and a fine or pretty kettle of fish are idioms with an interesting history. Both the literal meanings of the terms and the unexpected ones are fun to explore.
The Naughty Grammarian instructs on the finer points of English usage, points either never learned or long ago forgotten. This lesson is on the misuse of the words "literally" and "awesome."
Many of us hear these old expressions from our grandparents, but do we really know what they mean?
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
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!
Cats and dogs have made their way into our hearts and homes over the past several thousand years, so it's understandable that they frequently appear in our language. The origin of a phrase such as "fighting like cats...
We take a look at where 'two' comes from, how it's used in everyday expressions and why it's important to some people, like me! A poem illustrates some of the idioms.