Jan 162013
 

American Idioms is a great video series with English subtitles for English learners. All of the explanations are in English, so it might be challenging for you, but just try to imagine the meanings in your head and study hard and soon you’ll be able to use these idioms in your conversations.

American Idioms:

Like A Rolling Stone
Get Your Act Together
Easy As Falling Off A Log
Heart to Heart
Deep Six

Are You a Buff About Something?
Diving Into a Sea of Terms
Hair
In the Red
Computer Terms
Baseball Terms
Ideas About How to Live
Take This Medicine
Apple Pie Order
Down to Earth
Favorite Sayings
eard It on the Grapevine
Have a Heart
To Buffalo
Belittle
Holding the Bag
Touching All Bases
Circus
Baloney
Famous Sayings
Hobson’s Choice
Dog Talk
Mouth Expressions
I Made a Sweetheart Deal
A Couch Potato
What Does the Average Joe Think?
Who Put Lipstick on That Pig?
American Election Expressions
Let’s Get Down to Brass Tacks
Fall Guy
Doughboy: Military Expressions
Eureka: The Word Just Burst Out!
Green: More Than Just a Color
Pan: The Critic Panned My Work
Bigwig: Such an Important Person!
It Will Not Wash
Fish Expressions
Bird Words
Farm: It’s Not Worth a Hill of Beans
Two Heads Are Better Than One
Numbers
Back, Shoulders and Chest
Medical Terms
Insect Expressions
A Chip on Your Shoulder
Stock Market
Colors: I’m Feeling Very Blue Today
Hands
Cold
Nuts and Bolts
He Was a Hotheaded Hot Shot!
Blizzard
Chickenfeed
Money Talks
Hit
Nicknames: America’s 50 States (1)
Nicknames: America’s 50 States (2)
Nicknames: America’s 50 States (3)
Nicknames: America’s 50 States (4)
Money, Money, Money
More Money
Money: He Hit the Jackpot
Losing It
Monkey: No Monkey Business Here
Kick
Rocket Scientist
Wildcat
Great Scott: What a Surprise!
Swan Song
Hang
Top Brass
Nose
All About Eyes
Fireworks
Words About Clothing
More Words About Clothing
Ace in the Hole
On a Short Leash
Face: Time to Face the Music
Dutch

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