Catch Word #58 – Gut, Guts, gutsy, a gut feeling

In this episode we are looking at the word guts and gut. They look similar but they have quite different meanings! Which one means a big, fat belly? There are also other related expressions like to follow your gut or to have a gut feeling. We can also describe someone as gutsy. Listen to this episode to hear all the explanations to the ways you can use gut!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Guts
  • Intestines, internal organs
  • Belly, abdomen, stomach
  • A gut
  • Beer belly
  • To stick out
  • Guts
  • Gutsy
  • To make up your mind
  • To have a gut feeling
  • To go with your gut/To follow your gut
  • Something is off
  • Deep down

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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