Idiom: Raining cats and dogs

From wechat May 13 2015



Andy-弘安迪 9:15 PM

Idiom: Raining cats and dogs.
Definition: To be raining in great amounts. Very heavy and unusually strong rain. Examples sentences:
“When I left for work in the morning the weather was terrific. It was raining cats and dogs by the time I got home, though.”

“It’s raining cats and dogs out there! It was so difficult driving, I could hardly see the road or car in front of me”

“I hear the weather in New York today is windy and raining cats and dogs.”

Andy-弘安迪 9:19 PM
Please give it a try making a sentence with this common idiom. Feel free to use audio to practice your oral English.