If you continue scrolling, you'll see scrollable images to further support meaning:
As I think you'll agree, it is an amazing resource. This week I discovered another tool called Phraseum by taking part in #ELTchat - Ways of making authentic material accessible to students in class.
When you click on the contextualised sentence, you can see the source link ...
and then by clicking on the Fraze.it source link, you see further contextualised examples, definitions, classifications and images - as highlighted at the beginning of this blog post.
I created this first attempt at one way of using Phraseum and Fraze.it as an example for my C1 learners to show them an alternative way to record, save, organise and review vocabulary by starting to make a phrasebook for vocabulary in Unit 7 of the course book we are using.
I look forward to exploring different ways of using Phraseum with language learners, such as clipping phrases from the internet to record and store useful chunks of functional language.
Hope students are as excited as I am when I show them ...