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Teaching Idioms and Slang to TEOSL StudentsLearning to communicate and understand in English when that is not your first language can be a daunting task. Those of us that have grown up speaking and listening to English have an understanding for things that were never explained to us but are so common to our experience that we just somehow "know " their meaning. Idioms and slang are examples of this. It is important that students of English have instruction and introduction to these topics so that they can effectively understand what is being spoken around and to them. According to UsingEnglish.com an idiom is "a phrase where the words together have a meaning that is different from the dictionary definitions of the individual words." To the English student common phrases such as "let the cat out of the bag", "wolf in sheep's clothing", "kill 2 birds with one stone" and "he's an eager beaver" would have a much different meaning if looked up word for word in a dictionary. However, native