Here is a simple tool that ESL teachers can use to generate random words for learners to form sentences with.
From a database of hundreds of words, it generates a random verb, noun and adjective. Project this on a smartboard and challenge your students to make a sentence using the words. It also works on mobile devices.
Try it at:
Here are some more idioms, in graphic format:
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