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.
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
Anyone who has tried to learn a foreign language knows that it takes time to get the vocabulary correct. Some of the funniest incidents can happen when you are off by just one letter or inflection.
Hello world and welcome to my lens on Rabbit Idioms An idiom helps to make our speech more expressive and colourful. There are a number of idioms that are related to rabbits. Some of these can be somewhat negative...
Brief Histories of the origin behind 10 Common English Expressions
15 idioms that refer to bears. Most bear idioms make reference to the strength and forceful nature of the bear. Each idiom has an explanation of its meaning.
A movie made it popular and marriage counselors used it to coin a very foreboding term. Yet, the seven-year itch once referred to a medical condition. Either way, it has a negative connotation.
Birds often show up in common English idioms and proverbs. Have you ever wondered where phrases such as "a little birdie told me" or "it's for the birds" came from?
There are a number of idioms that are related to pigs. Some are negative and derogatory, but some can be positive and complimentary. I hope that you find these fun.