The description reads:
"English idioms are the often silly phrases that all English native speakers use - that frequently have no meaning at all to non-native listeners. But, idioms tend to be interesting, so many students of English enjoy studying them and they WILL help students understand what is being said".Some examples are:
ante up, bang for your buck, bean-counter, cold call, gravy train, heads will roll, pad the bill, red cent, sweetheart deal, the bottom line, two bits.
[This posting is adapted from material originally contributed by our member Wizard of Oz, whom I thank for drawing this resource to my attention -- Forum Admin.]