Catch Word #62 – On the Ball

In this episode we look at expressions that describe someone who is intelligent, prepared, capable of doing some work! Do you know someone like this? Do you know someone who always seems on the ball?  If you know someone who is alert and knows how to get the job done, then you may need to use expressions like, to be on the ball, to be on top of it, and to have it together.

Expressions you’ll learn in this episode

  • To be on the ball
  • Under control
  • To touch base
  • Specs
  • IT
  • Conceited
  • To be on top of it
  • To stress out
  • Whoa
  • To have it together
  • To be good for someone
  • To have something in order

Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free

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