Kim Oliver ESOL Web Links
Tech up your teaching! Every good teacher knows that the resources outside the classroom are as important as those inside for students to improve their mastery of the English language! The internet is now a gold mine of resources, but some are more helpful than others! So I have created a page with the best of the best web resources available for ESL teachers and students.
Trilingual index of expressions with equivalent meanings
Great translator for idioms and proverbs (English, French, Spanish)
They have over 230 proverbs, organized alphabetically in 16 lists, with accompanying quizzes and games for practice.
A large link to links of idioms, history of phrases.
The Phrase Finder
Meaning and historyfor 2000 idioms
The Idiom Connection
Large list of idioms, separated alphabetically as well as by theme. There is also a similar page with lots of proverbs. At the end of each group (the whole thing) is a quiz.
Go English Idioms
Alphabetical list with explanations
English By Clips
Several Idioms in TV clips
This is a list of 600 idioms! No exercises, just a giant list with explanations.
Idioms with pictures
A printable pdf chart of idioms with humorous pictures
Second Nature Idioms
Idioms sorted by theme, with quizzes
Idioms using “hit”
VOA slide show about idioms with “hit” with a hangman game.
Sticky Ball Phrasal Verbs
Phrasal Verbs sorted by their first words; worksheet for each group
Idiom list and games
You need to scroll down to the middle of this page to find "Idiom quizzes by Letitia Bradley", but there are a lot of them!
Really nice explanations as well as sample sentences and quiz
Learn Engilsh Today
Alphabetical list with quizzes
Here you can find lots of phrasal verbs sorted by the first word, with exercises
FIS Idiom of the day
One phrasal verb each day!
Using English Phrasal verb list
No games or quizzes, but a very extensive list
Phrasal verbs through cartoons
Very basic cartoons, but a quiz follow every few cartoons; it's a fun change from lists!