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Contains, among others, idiomatic words and phrases, common proverbs and metaphors, defined and illustrated with sample sentences or quotations; produced in consultation with the editors of The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Phrasal Verb Exercises, from Churchill House School of English Language
 Activities in idioms and phrasal verbs, from english-at-home.com
Phrasal verbs with "down" Idioms, from English Corner (Rod Rodgers)
Phrasal Verbs using "in"
Phrasal verbs with "off"
Phrasal verbs with "on"
Phrasal Verbs using "out"
Phrasal verbs with "up"
Three-part phrasal verbs
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Phrasal Verbs (Two-Word Verbs)
 Idiom Buster, from english-the-international-language.com
Paint by Idioms, from Funbrain
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Eye on Idioms, from Read Write Think
 Online test, from Spanish-English Idioms
 Dictionary of American Idioms, from Sky-Net-Eye
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Note: Idioms from from A to Z, and from Animal Idioms to Proverbs & Sayings; representative sets of idioms are listed below. Idiom Dictionary, from The Free Dictionary by Farlex
Education & School Idioms
Head & Mind Idioms
Relationship & Love Idioms
Compiled from the Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms and the Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms with explanations of over 7,000 idioms current in British, American and Australian English Dictionary of English Idioms and Idiomatic Terms, and Dictionary of English Phrasal Verbs, from Using English
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