100 American idioms (Examples) - Part 1

  • Published on Jun 10, 2016
  • 100 American idioms (Examples) - Part 1.
    In this video, you will learn the 100 most idioms that American uses in daily life.
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Comments • 283

  • Helena Daily English
    Helena Daily English  3 months ago +1

    ► American Conversation (Idioms, Slang, Phrases)
    (source @Tony Illustrated English)

  • ammara saeed
    ammara saeed Day ago

    Meaning should b added

  • vijayan k.n.
    vijayan k.n. 8 days ago

    This video is not so useful as there is no meaning given. In some examples the meaning of the sentence is not clear.

  • 김진휘Mrcembalo
    김진휘Mrcembalo 11 days ago

    There are some misspellings on the screen.

  • girishpcr
    girishpcr 15 days ago


  • lynx Rosell
    lynx Rosell 19 days ago

    Maybe a kid made this then made mistakes nvm that everyone makes mistakes

  • lynx Rosell
    lynx Rosell 19 days ago

    Wut big dead xD

  • I'm a kpop fan woohoo
    I'm a kpop fan woohoo 20 days ago

    There are a lot of typos. This can be confusing to English learners.

  • Victory student
    Victory student 27 days ago


    VERA ABREU Month ago

    Excellent class. Best Regards. Vera Lúcia de Abreu

  • phu doan tran vinh
    phu doan tran vinh Month ago +1

    Please give the explanation of each idiom, so that learners can undetstand and learn better. Thanks

  • andrie yt
    andrie yt Month ago

    Helena do you see the mispelled in the border in down its subscribe but the list in down it has subscirbe

  • Camillus Y. Chan
    Camillus Y. Chan Month ago

    This video would have been very good but for the excessive mistakes on the written part.

  • Guy Canuel
    Guy Canuel Month ago

    Full of mistakes

  • awesome asssdsdlsfdgddf

    first Somre off these aren't even idioms there just specific Phrases. Right off the bat I can tell you it's _if_ pigs could fly not I *think pigs could fly and take charge those are literal possessive words...they make sense. Also outdated is the shorter way of saying out of date.

  • Maia Li
    Maia Li 2 months ago

    a little bird told me- if you know who gave you the information being discussed but do not want to say who it was
    a pain in the neck- someone or something that is very annoying
    a piece of cake-very easy
    to lay off-to stop employing a worker
    a pigs can fly-impossible thing
    dead tired-exhausted
    to call it a day-finish something
    in charge off-responsible for something or someone
    be in the way-be extra
    be my guest- give someone permission
    to named after-give someone or something the same name as another person or thing...

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Por favor, quiten este desastre!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Ya basta de Newton y su falacia!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Newton no descubrió nada!!! El primero fue Arquímedes!!! Luego los romanos!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Linda pronunciación; pero pésima ortografía!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Escribe sinónimos cuando grabes de nuevo!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Que horrible que un nativo americano tenga semejantes errores!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Borra este desastre!!!

  • Lenon Nitcher Gore
    Lenon Nitcher Gore 2 months ago

    Danos el significado en español. Además contiene errores!!!

  • Ho dee doe None
    Ho dee doe None 2 months ago

    What is the point without telling the meaning??

  • Gulab Khan
    Gulab Khan 2 months ago

    Very nice

  • danirban1
    danirban1 2 months ago

    A lot of spelling mistakes are there

  • gino hug
    gino hug 3 months ago +1

    Yeah have misspelling and no meaning on my sentence plssss improve itttt😶😶😥

  • 개꿀대
    개꿀대 3 months ago

    set ---> get, nack--> neck please correct poor spelling

  • February2001
    February2001 5 months ago

    Too many misspellings.

  • Ismail Yusuf
    Ismail Yusuf 5 months ago +2

    absolutely amazing video, I have benefited from it alot

  • Денис
    Денис 6 months ago

    Really???? So many mistakes. Who is that guy?

  • Mihai Prigoci
    Mihai Prigoci 6 months ago

    You're kidding to me. You have mistakes in the phrases. Idioms in english are the principals forms to talk in thia language. It is not easy not at all. It is not a gift. A lot of exceptions, expressions, etc. Writing, listening, speaking are all differents.

  • Fórum Linguístico
    Fórum Linguístico 6 months ago

    Dear Helena, i think you guys should remove this video from TVclip, re-edit it and upload it again after it is completely fixed. Because, if it had only 2 or 3 slight mistakes ... everybody should naturally overlook it and be tranquilly careless about … However, in five min … i managed to catch over 10-15 critical errors not only in grammar spelling but also in verbal and idiom concordances... Where were you guys’ minds when you decided it was ok for didactical purposes ?

  • Junk Mia
    Junk Mia 6 months ago

    An important English word. The link is given below.

  • life with Mary
    life with Mary 6 months ago +3

    no explanation.. it could be so wonderful if there is...

  • Christina Chahine
    Christina Chahine 6 months ago

    “Esay come, easy go” they spelt easy wrong did you guys spot that

  • Kimdung Vu
    Kimdung Vu 7 months ago

    Sorry,this video didn’t have any explanation,so I don’t understand.

  • GetBox
    GetBox 7 months ago +2

    This video contains a lot of errors! Please fix it. What a shame!

  • mishwa khan
    mishwa khan 7 months ago +1

    Part 2 link?

  • Guru Sandirasegaram
    Guru Sandirasegaram 7 months ago +1

    One for the road
    Hit the road

  • Fire Unicorn
    Fire Unicorn 7 months ago

    5:45 You Think Its Easy to Buy A New Car

  • Frank Hong
    Frank Hong 7 months ago +2

    Good job buddy, but you mixed phrasal verbs with idioms.

  • somil0091
    somil0091 7 months ago

    Some of them are not idioms.. just phrases

  • Faina16 R
    Faina16 R 8 months ago

    Where is the explanation of the idioms)?

  • Wissam alzohairi
    Wissam alzohairi 8 months ago

    Hmmm what about the meaning?

  • bling _0718
    bling _0718 8 months ago

    You could have placed the meaning and erased the examples

  • Chicken little PARK
    Chicken little PARK 8 months ago


  • Hải Luân Văn
    Hải Luân Văn 8 months ago

    Please sub

  • Vannleap Thorng
    Vannleap Thorng 8 months ago


  • Barron Von Bismarck
    Barron Von Bismarck 9 months ago

    Some of these are not idioms... "in charge of" is not an idiom. That's just how you say things in English...

  • Mila Vinokur
    Mila Vinokur 9 months ago

    There is no meaning to idioms, therefore video is not that helpful

  • Dan Ty
    Dan Ty 9 months ago +3

    2:23 My boss has just raised my salary is more correct.

  • Ganeshkrishna T
    Ganeshkrishna T 9 months ago

    Good work ...

  • Hussein Alyaseen
    Hussein Alyaseen 10 months ago


  • Jason De Sousa
    Jason De Sousa 10 months ago +1

    The teacher face is just mess up

  • jonathan uribe
    jonathan uribe 10 months ago +2

    This great video saved my skin!

  • Jack
    Jack 10 months ago +1

    i like it

    AHMED D 10 months ago


  • arafa abdullah
    arafa abdullah 10 months ago +1

    god the voice