101 American English idioms: understanding and speaking English like an American

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Passport Books, 1987 - Foreign Language Study - 104 pages
This whimsical collection of colloquialisms explains the meanings of 101 everyday idioms. Each idiom is illustrated both by a contextual dialogue or narrative, and a humorous cartoon that contrasts what Americans say and what they really mean.

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User Review  - morgantk - LibraryThing

The art work is humorous, but is in black and white. This is more of a resource book than a read aloud book. Read full review

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Fun way to learn or review idioms for upper elementary or middle schoolers. Read full review


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